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Change Curve: The Dynamic Change Process [Part 5] – Narrative

I’m entering into the final part of the Dynamic Change model, which forms part of the overall Change Curve framework. The Change Curve framework identifies three manifestations of organisational change: ‘Resistant‘, where the organisation kills change conversations, ‘Constrained‘, where it … Continue reading

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Change Curve: The Dynamic Change Model [Part 1]

I’ve been exploring the Change Curve, a framework for understanding organisational change and what we can do to ease the process. It characterises three states: ‘Resistant‘ organisations, who reject change and deploy antibodies to kill it, ‘Constrained‘ organisations, who are … Continue reading

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The Pain of Change

I used to work in a museum of timber framed buildings: medieval architecture and technology, preserved and interpreted for the twenty first century. Timber framed building are organic, almost living entities, constantly moving as the humidity and temperature change. Their … Continue reading

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