Archive for Stakeholder Readiness

5 Questions About Your Change

Aug 27, 2010 2 Comments by

Change can be hard. …but it might not be as complex as we sometimes make it out to be.  I use a battle-tested list of five questions to draw out the details of a client’s change before planning the communication and training elements of the roll out. theBigRocks Big Five Most of the change impacts […]

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August 2010 Poll: Identifying Stakeholders

Aug 08, 2010 1 Comment by

The August 2010 poll asks for your feedback about mistakes made when identifying stakeholders for change.

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Building Stakeholder Readiness for Change

Aug 01, 2010 4 Comments

Those impacted by significant organizational change are often referred to as “stakeholders” – and preparing these people to be ready for Day-1 of the new change is the most important metric of OCM success. The five steps outlined in this series will help you prepare your stakeholders and make your change successful.

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Racers and Pacers

Jul 30, 2010 3 Comments

When it comes to picking Change Agents, one lesson I’ve learned is that everyone adapts to change at a different pace. So it can help to select a variety of Change Agents – including a few Racers and a few Pacers.

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