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How to #6 Monitor Change

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At the last blog, How to #5 Implement Change, I covered the execution of the Change Management Plan.  Now we can look at monitoring, which includes: recording and assessing data to validate the successes and stumbling blocks or failures of the project.  Identifying both positive and negative effects throughout the change process will provide leadership […]

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How to #5 Implement Change

Blog Blogs by Cindy Klingler Executive Tips Grow Your Business New Thinking- New Opportunities- New Results or How to Deal with “Always Done It This Way” Team Building

Hi I’m back to share my thoughts on Implementation & Training (building awareness) of the Change Management Plan. In my blog, How to #4 Manage the Scope of the Change: Planning Organizational Change, I discussed how important the planning phase is. Now we can talk about making The Plan a reality. Leadership support Early preparation […]

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How to #4 Manage the Scope of the Change: Planning Organizational Change

Blog Blogs by Cindy Klingler Executive Tips New Thinking- New Opportunities- New Results or How to Deal with “Always Done It This Way”

Planning organizational change is often undervalued, but it is vital to the change management process.   Whether your improvement project is small in scale or a complete facelift, it will entail a number of changes.   The effects of which are determined by attention paid during the planning stages.  Poor-planning (which usually includes lack of planned communication […]

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How to #3 Minimize Resistance to Change at the Workplace

Blogs by Cindy Klingler Executive Tips New Thinking- New Opportunities- New Results or How to Deal with “Always Done It This Way” Team Building

In this segment of my blog series, I have combined two areas that have a natural association. Convincing your team of the need for change (minimizing resistance) Effective continuous communication during the change process (accepting feedback & eliminating confusion) Minimizing Resistance The most difficult aspect of Change Management is convincing people that the change will […]

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How to #2 Get Out of Your Own Way

Blog Blogs by Cindy Klingler Executive Tips Grow Your Business New Thinking- New Opportunities- New Results or How to Deal with “Always Done It This Way”

In the first of my Change Management blog series, How to Deal with “Always Done It This Way”, I asked you to contemplate possible processes that your company may have outgrown or outlived.  Are you prepared to Get-Out-of-Your-Own-Way? [quote style=”boxed”]“If you have always done it that way, it is probably wrong,” by Charles Kettering[/quote] 1.Why […]

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How to #1 Deal with “Always Done It This Way”

Blog Blogs by Cindy Klingler Executive Tips Grow Your Business New Thinking- New Opportunities- New Results or How to Deal with “Always Done It This Way” Team Building

A consistent, persistent, and dangerous theme has resonated throughout my 43 years of directing quality systems and process improvements, it is simply the opposition to change.  I can honestly say I haven’t worked with a single company where I didn’t hear “We’ve always done it this way”.  According to a pioneer of computer programming and […]

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