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The Toolbox for Change: a practical approach

The Toolbox for Change: a practical approach covers 60 change implementation tools divided into 7 sections
(general, personal awareness, understanding culture, creative thinking, understanding resistance, understanding teams, and understanding - value, vision and mission statements).


This tool is based on the work of Peter Senge, Art Kleiner, Charlotte Roberts, Richard Ross, George Roth and Bryan Smith, The Dance of Change: the Challenges of Sustaining Momentum in Learning Organisations, (A Fifth Discipline Resource, Nicholas Brealey Publishing, 1999).

Here are some questions to help you understand and implement the change process...

Driving forces are those factors (external and internal) that have the most influence on organisational and community outcomes. So, for example, an internal driving force may be staff satisfaction level, which in turn affects company efficiency, whether staff contribute ideas for improvement and their level of attendance at work. An externally generated driving force may be competitive pressure, which results from the presence and performance of competitors in your marketplace and to which your organisation or community must respond.

The S-curve illustrates one of the main reasons individuals, organisations or communities need to regularly change, revitalise or re-invent themselves.
The other main reasons include:


We all say that we are too busy and if we only had more time to do things, but the fact is that we all have the same number of hours per day to do things! What we often avoid is taking time and effort to prioritise our workload.

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