Some Useful Frameworks for Organisational Transitions

In the table below are 90+ change frameworks that can be utilised in change as complete frameworks themselves or being included as part of a new framework, etc.

The main aim of using a framework is to help with the thinking and implemenation process for the change.

The frameworks are categorised under 1 of 4 headings:

i) Basic (these frameworks give a generalised view of change and are suitable for people who have had no, or little, experience in organisational change; they are a good way of introducing what change is all about)
ii) Rational or Hard (these frameworks focus on the analytical, rational, logical, technical, tangible, etc side of change; they lack the human focus)
iii) Cultural or Soft (these frameworks focus on the intangibles, human-side, people-side, emotional, cultural, social, etc side of change; they lack the rational focus)
iv) Combination (these frameworks contain elements of both ii & iii, ie include elements of rational/hard and cultural/soft)

No. Framework Name
1. Monash Mt Eliza Business School*i
2. McKinsey 7-S Framework*iv
3. Reaction Stages in Change*iii
4. Change Matrix Examples*iii
5. Force Field Analysis*ii
6. Learning Organisation*iii
7. Expanded Change Journey*iii
8. Leadership/Management and Change*iv
9. Minority Influence Theory*iii
10. Beckhard Change Framework*i
11. Manager's Framework for Change and Performance*ii
12. Four Rs - Reframe, Restructure, Revitalise and Review*iv
13. Change Audit Framework*iv
14. Dance of Change*iv
15. Missing Links in Managing Change*i
16. Precision Framework*ii
17. 3 Ps and 11 Ss Sequence*iv
18. The GE Change Framework*ii
19. Transformational Triangle*iv
20. Theories E and O*iv
21. 14 Points and 5 Deadly Sins*iv
22. Business Concept Innovation*ii
23. A Framework for Change*ii
24. The Innovation Solution*ii
25. Visuals*iv
26. Performance Leadership*iv
27. A Five-step Change Management Framework*ii
28. The Dynamics of Change: a Framework for Understanding & Managing Others Through Change*ii
29. Yahoo's way*iii
30. Spiritual Capital*iii
31. Transforming a Dot-com*ii
32. Seven Capacities of the U Movement*iv
33. A Conceptual Model for Managed Cultural Change*iv
34. Assessing Cultural Dimensions*iii
35. Learning Culture*iii
36. Pyramid*ii
37. DICE*iv
38. Managing Organisational Change*ii
39. Change Through Persuasion*iii
40. Blueprint for Change*ii
41. Changing Minds*iii
42. Positive Deviants Within the Organisation*iii
43. Transforming Large Global Giants*ii
44. Innovation as a Basis for Change*ii
45. Eight Steps to Organisational Change*ii
46. Business Model Innovation*ii
47. Change Your Management Model*ii
48. Orica Approach*ii
49. Transition Management*iv
50. Transitions in Uncertain Times*ii
51. Transition Strategy (STARS)*ii
52. Sustainability as a Basis for Change*ii
53. PROSCI (ADKAR/Change Management Activity)*iv
54. Agile*ii
55. SCARF (A Neuroscience Approach)*iii
56. Change Driven by Decision-making*ii
57. Democratic Approach*iii
58. Who Killed Change*iv
59. Virginia Satir Change Process*iv
60. Cultural Change that Sticks*iii
61. Switch Principles*iv
62. Keep Your Thinking on the "Cutting Edge"*ii
63 Reviewing Your Business Model*ii
64 Blue Ocean Strategy (value innovation)*ii
65 Five Phases (mobilised, understand, design, implement & manage)*ii
66 STAR*iv
67 What Makes an Organisational Culture Respected*ii
68 Shared Value (including CSR)*ii
69 Talent Management*iv
70 Business Models for the Digital Age*ii
71 Strategic Growth*ii
72 Baldridge Management System Model*ii
73 Choosing Strategy*ii
74 Iceberg Change Model*iv
75 Communications Strategy as a Change Process*ii
76 Determining the Readiness for Change*iii
77 Digital Transformation (IT)*ii
78 Digital Transformation (including social media)*ii
79 Problem-solving (McKinsey approach)*iv
80 Handling Uncertainty in Change*ii
81 Flipping the Switch of Change*iii
82 Bentoism (BEyond Near Term Orientation)*iv
83 Six Normative Principles of Conduct*ii
84 Amazon's Leadership Principles*ii
85 Using Australian Indigenous Knowledge as a Basis to Change (includes 5 Appendices)*iii
86 PERMA*iii
87 Merging, acquiring partnering, diversification, alliances, etc*iv
88 Immunity to Change*iii
89 Navigating the Chaos of Change (implementation science)*iv
90 Growing Enterprise Change Capability*iv
91 Four Ways to Improve Change*iv
92 Organisational Change Management Guide for Developing Innovators and Leaders*i
94 Communities of Practice
95 Networks of Networks (flat networks)
96 Evolutionary (step by step)
97 Bridgewater Way
98 Implementing Change
99 ACE-I
100 Callaghan Innovation Change Framework (He Rangi Hou Kei Tui or new horizon - new day)
101 12 Steps and 12 Traditions (Alcoholics Anonymous - AA)
102 Adaptive Change Framework (a variation of Virginia Satir Change Process – see framework 59)
103 Leverage Change (8 levers)


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