A change management process: Grounded in both theory and practice
There exists in the literature a number of change models to guide and instruct the implementation of major change in organisations. Three of the most well known are Kotter's strategic eight-step model for transforming organisations, Jick's tactical ten-step model for implementing change, and General Electric (GE)'s seven-step change acceleration process model. This paper introduces a framework that draws from these three theoretical models but is also grounded in the reality of the change process at a Fortune 500 defence industry firm. The purpose of the paper is to provide guidance to the practitioner leading an organisational change process. This guidance is grounded in both theory and practice. The guidance is further enriched by the demonstrated use of such methodologies as mind mapping, lessons learned, storytelling and metaphors.
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