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Change Curve: Overcoming Stasis

I’m elaborating aspects of the Change Curve framework, a piece of work i’m developing to help organisations move from ‘Resistant‘ to change to ‘Dynamic‘. This is one of a series of articles unpacking the new model around segmenting resistance. Restricting … Continue reading

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Effortless Adaptation: Are You Out Of Breath?

Yesterday i explored the need for constant adaptation as part of the Dynamic Change process: today, i just want to expand that discussion a little further. The notion that we are not adapting once to fit a new reality, but … Continue reading

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Change Curve: The Constrained Organisation

I’ve been introducing the Change Curve, a framework for dynamic organisational change in the Social Age. It identifies three manifestations of change: ‘Resisted‘, where the organisation deploys antibodies and kills the change, ‘Constrained‘, where the organisations wants to change, but … Continue reading

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Change Curve: The Antibody Effect

I’ve been sharing a Framework for Change in the Social Age: it’s intended to be a practical view of how organisations typically respond to change and how, using social mechanisms and approaches, we can ease the journey. The Change Curve … Continue reading

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16 Amplifiers of Change

This week i’ve been exploring Change Curves: a new model for enacting dynamic organisational change. It starts by exploring where the organisation sits on a Change Curve: resistant to change, constrained by hierarchy, or co-creative and dynamic. To move up … Continue reading

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Anchored in the Past, or Invested in the Future?

People resist change for good reason: change is uncertain, change is threatening and, when push comes to shove, we’re invested in the present. Once we nest into a role, we build our empires: our physical spaces, our habits and routines, … Continue reading

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