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Our experience of working with around 700+ clients shows that no situation is identical. It can therefore be risky to blindly adopt and apply frameworks or methodologies that were successful in the past or for other organisations.

The following are seven ingredients that are essential for successful change management. Use the following as a checklist, guide and road map in the transition process or as an audit framework to evaluate a 'completed' change and/or an on-going change. Remember that although the ingredients follow a sequence, there is overlap between the ingredients and different degrees of emphasis required in different situations. The seven essential ingredients for successful change management create the conditions for people to discover in themselves how they need to change.

Ingredient 1

Ingredient 1: Laying of a foundation for new ways (Handling endings and beginnings)

  • Creating an ending of old ways and selectively building on the past (not burying it)
  • Laying the groundwork for emotional buy-in, ownership of the change process
  • Encouraging correct behaviours and discouraging incorrect behaviours
  • Starting anew
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Seven Essential Ingredients for Successful Change Management

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