Category Archives for Change Management

Bridges Transition Model

Bridges Transition Model is a three-stage model that enables you to understand and manage the human side of change more effectively. All organizations must change to survive. If you continue doing what you’ve always done, your organization will eventually become outdated, uncompetitive, and obsolete. Thus, change is inevitable and essential in every organization. As a […]

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Nudge Theory Explained

Nudge Theory is based on the idea that people can be nudged to make the right choice without coercing them or restricting their freedom of choice.  Nudging differs from other ways to achieve compliance because the individual maintains their freedom of choice and is in control of any decisions they make. If you’re reading this […]

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Unfreeze, Change, Refreeze

Unfreeze, Change, Refreeze, also know as Kurt Lewin’s Change Management model or Lewin’s 3 Step model, is a method for managing change within an organization. To stay competitive, organizations need to change continuously. Without change, an organization will stagnate, be surpassed by its competition, become irrelevant, and may eventually go out of business. Change is […]

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Kotter’s 8-Step Change Model

To remain competitive, organizations must continuously change. Without change, organizations stagnate, become uncompetitive and irrelevant, or go out of business. To thrive, organizations must accelerate their speed of change to execute change faster than their competition. Thus, change is not just important but critical to every organization. Given how important change is, it might surprise […]

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