With this post, we are continuing our blog series on change management capability building. We will discuss the second stage of our 4-stage model (see figure) – Stage 2 | BUILD UP – which is characterized by a structured and focussed effort throughout the organization. It represents a critical step toward threading change management into the corporate culture.
In the first post of this series, we provided an overview of the 4-stage model we use at ORCHANGO to help client organizations develop their change management capabilities while executing strategic change (see figure; click on the image to enlarge it). We discussed how an organization’s CM-Score™ – a special metric generated from our CHECK UP!™ survey – evolves as it progresses from stage to stage.
With this blog post, we are launching a series of articles about what it takes to build an organization’s change management capabilities.
This first article provides an overview of the 4-stage model we have developed at ORCHANGO to help our clients thread change management into their organizational and leadership cultures. We will illustrate the model with an analogy: an airliner taking off. You will find a short video clip about it near the end of the post.
You are about to launch a major change initiative. As the “executive sponsor”, you need a capable team to drive the change. What makes a good change manager? Here is a proven checklist to help you assess potential candidates.