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.
This is the third article of our blog series about change management capability building.
NEWS RELEASE | July 08, 2014 | Toronto, ON, Canada
ORCHANGO, a firm with world-class expertise in change management that specializes in building the change capabilities of client organizations, is pleased to announce that its president will speak at the 2014 conference of the Canadian Society of Training & Development (CSTD).
The theme of this year’s national conference will be: “CONNECT. COLLABORATE. TRANSFORM.”
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.