One of the unique aspects of ‘Conversations of Change: A guide to implementing change’ is that it is delivered in the structure of four adventures. This means it caters for managers who are in different scenarios and you get to choose which adventure you navigate through the book.

At the end of each chapter we review what the contents mean for each of four adventures. The four adventures are based on three variables.

  • How well do you know what the change is to be delivered?
  • How much internal resourcing do you have for change management?
  • How much budget do you have to hire specialist resources?

Depending on your answers to these questions, you could have very different adventures ahead of you. Regardless, they all start with Chapter 2 as this a baseline understanding of what you will be doing. The next chapter helps you distinguish between those who know what they are talking about and helps you ask the right questions. Part one of this book is all about the decisions you need to make to get yourself set up for change success. Part two covers the elements that are necessary for a successful change and Part three addresses components of change management you hear about and might want to consider.

But back to those adventures ahead of you.

Adventure 1:

  • You do not know what the change is to be.
  • You do not have any internal change resources.
  • You do have budget.

Adventure 2:

  • You do know what the change is to be.
  • You do not have any internal change resources.
  • You do have budget.

 

Adventure 3:

  • You do know what the change is to be.
  • You have internal change resources.
  • You do have budget.

Adventure 4:

  • You may or may not know what the change is to be.
  • You have no internal change resources.
  • You have no budget to hire anyone.

So, chosen your own adventure? Let’s go…

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Dr Jen Frahm – Author of Conversations of Change: A guide to implementing workplace change.

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