Wednesday, 12 March 2014
The Three Key Levels of Change Management
Change is always present in our lives.
Every day is new, fresh, uncertain, infinite in its possibilities.
In business, change is complicated to manage. While each day has its problems and challenges, the relationships, teams, people and processes tend to become rigid, inflexible.
Organizations tend to focus on certain aspects of the business, on certain subjects or perspectives. It make them shortsighted, prevents them from seeing everything there is in the environment ...
The limited perception of reality and the daily routines do not always generate the awareness and sense of urgency necessary for change to happen...
Leading change is the ability to focus and be committed on the company's vision and business in a global cross-functional way.
It is the ability to ask questions, takes decisions, communicate, implement, review and adjust with agility and perseverance.
Change happens at Three Levels
- The Individual level, the person, posture, perceptions, roles
- The Relationships level, the dynamics, fluidity and openness in one to one relations
- The Teams level, the relational systems, organization, culture, the formal and informal roles and responsibilities.
Change needs the commitment of every person and of the organization.
It feels uncomfortable, uncertain, insecure.
But when the uncertainty and insecurity that are generated are shared in an environment of support, trust, commitment and initiative, Change can only be a success for the company.
How do you handle change in your company?
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