Setting up change management

A learning project requires systems to help teams move through the change together. These resources can help you build the scaffolding for growth.


Change management: Telling the story as you go

Tell your organization’s story through the common stages of organizational change.

Diversity, Equity, Inclusiveness Consulting

Bridges' Transition Model: Guiding People Through Change

Guide people through change while better understanding how they are personally experiencing that change.


Process of change (slides 6, 7, 8)

Understand a dynamic model of change for individuals and organizations. This resource focuses on slides 6, 7, and 8.

Linkedin, Visions Inc.

Making the Toughest Calls

Make the right decision even when you are faced with an ethical dilemma.

Harvard Business Review (HBR)

Enduring Ideas: The 7-S Framework

Better perceive interrelated factors that influence an organization's ability to change.

Mckinsey Quarterly

ADKAR model

Explore a goal-oriented change management model guiding individual and organizational change.


The 8-Step Process for Leading Change

Explore Kotter's well-known eight-step Change Model and related resources.


Turning Change Upside Down

Better understand the myths about organizational change management and what they can impart to us.


State Shifting - Four Step Process

Review four critical steps associated with changing your state of mind, which can improve the way you respond to dynamic situations.

Social Transformation Project

The Stages of Organizational Transformation

Explore six potential stages of organizational transformation and how they may present themselves.


The Satir Change Model

Discover a system that helps people improve their lives by transforming the way they see and express themselves.

Steven M. Smith

Change Management: An End-to-End Process Guide

Explore nine concrete steps for change management.

Corporate Executive Board (CEB), now Gartner


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