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Thursday, January 1, 2009

del.icio.us Tidbits: Change Management

Here is the weekly sampling from my del.icio.us favorites list. This time I chose the tag "ChangeManagement." Here's what I found I have:

Giving People Time to Deal with Change: A blog post from "Experiencing eLearning" that discusses the strain on learners that comes with a change in delivery method, such as to online learning, and how to create a training "bridge" to support the transition.

Change Management - Tracking Change: From the Project Management Hut blog, a post describing a simple method of tracking, evaluating and recording changes for easier project management of OD and other systems changes.

The Secret To Coping With Change: MIND + NETWORK: From the ProjectShrink blog, a post discussing how the ability to cope with change is tied to resilience which, in turn, is a product of an individual's capacity to adapt and their support network.

The Satir Change Model: From the blog of Steven M. Smith, a post describing a change model developed by Virginia Satir, a pioneering family therapist, to help families process change. Her model fits high technology organizations equally well. This article also offers insights into how to more effectively manage the change process.

The #1 answer to the rhetorical survey question about implementation barriers: culture : A post from Janet Clarey about how "small" cultural factors in an organization can end up making the difference between success and failure in systems and organizational change.

Weekly Knowledge Management blog by Stan Garfield: From the HP Communities site, a Q&A resource on change management in the knowledge management arena.

Collaboration consulting—fostering a collaboration culture: A great post from Shawn at Anecdote on the leadership behaviours that affect organisational culture.

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