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Are you sure you want to Yes No. Browse by Genre Available eBooks I will definitily use or continue to use the ideas clearly synthetized in this valuable book and especially two extracted from Jurgen's book : Mind the people by ensuring that your change initiative does not forget to take into account the people aspect. Value all discussions, the good ones and the bad ones, as when people critizise the change initiative's effect, it means they care about the topic!
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How can I How can I be successful at influencing other people to do what I want It seems we all want to learn How to change a social complex system I am inspired by And I discovered the facets of social change Consider the system Consider the individuals Consider the interactions Consider the environment Dance with the System Develop a vision, analyze where things are going well, and copy those behaviors.
The vision What Are the Crucial Steps? The Feedback Door Feedback Try, again and again, until you have it right. A social system is complex and adaptive. Keep poking it with ideas and see how it responds and changes. The System We can't control systems or figure them out. But we can dance with them. You want the organization to be more Agile? Mind the People How Will You Communicate?
Choose ways to communicate Who Will Be Teaching? Use experts to help people understand exactly what to do. Make it as easy as possible for people to make a change.
Sending rational messages is not enough. Treat people as emotional beings who can use a little help on the way. The Individuals You want developers to educate themselves?
Stimulate the Network Are You Committed? Ask other people for help. Listen to the skeptics and understand what is holding them back. The Interactions Behaviors are transmitted from person to person in a social network. Treat them as beneficial viruses. You want people to use your services? Am I Committed? Change the environment What Is the Group Identity? A common tactic: them versus us Which Barriers Will You Remove? Define and enforce rules of good conduct Behavior is a function of a person and his or her environment.
Instead of changing a person, change the environment. The Environment Culture changes only after you have successfully altered people's actions, after the new behavior produces some group benefit for a period of time.
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How to Change the World: Change Management 3.0
Apr 22nd, by MAW editor. Although he does a good job of quickly summarizing the four models he draws from, I would have preferred to see a longer discussion of how these ideas are merged in practice. How to Change the World provides a useful starting point for practitioners interested in encouraging and cultivating change in their workplace. It appears that readers will have to wait for more from Appelo in future books or postings about his change management model and its effective implementation. Dan Picard, PMP is an editor and content developer at MindEdge with a focus on project management, quality, and continuous improvement courses and simulations. MindEdge is a Global Registered Education Provider for the Project Management Institute, offering online, self-paced courses and simulations in project management.
How to Change the World by Jurgen Appelo
This small tome is chock full of hands-on exercises and tips for how to influence change across an organization. Change management is the popular approach for transforming organizations by way of transitioning individuals, teams and even whole businesses in a specific future direction. When you sign up for a Management 3. This book is a great intro to becoming an agent of change!