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    A Structured Approach to Implementing Change


    Daniel Lock June 20, 2019

    Change management is the focus on the people side of any organizational change. That could be process improvement, implementing new technologies or reorganizing to respond to market trends,

    To ensure your organizational change is successful you need a structured approach to implementing change.

    Everything you need to know about the Change Management Process has been defined here, in one easy-to-implement guide.

    Today, I’m inviting you to share in my success using my step-by-step change management process.

    Successful change programs don’t just happen. Well-embedded change programs that are accepted, sustainable and deliver results are an outcome of careful planning followed by an implementation that is well-managed.

    The truth about change management

    Ideal results do show up. Never by accident, though.

    You get results because of good planning and flexible execution. To start with, planning for successful change management involves:

    • Recognising the right time to begin after assessing the problem or issue confronting the organization;
    • Having clarity on the change approach and its goals before developing a detailed plan;
    • Arranging implementation support so the transition runs smoothly;
    • Monitoring the new design with fit for purpose performance measures that tell you when corrective action is required.

    In fact, I recently used this strategy for the end-to-end change of the Banking Project affecting over 200,000 customers. This included the change strategy, stakeholder management, communications, and training design.

    The Change Management Process

    My five-step change management process from business case to organizational design has five sequential steps.


    The best part? It’s a simple, 5-step formula.

    The formula takes hard work. But it’s not complicated. And it’s one of the fastest ways I’ve discovered to quickly implement change.

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