Organisational Change Management Volume 2

Some Techniques to Facilitate Ingredient 5

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(Maximising Connectedness)

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Ingredient 5 (Maximising Connectedness)

5.1

Network Mapping

5.2

Accountability Matrix

5.3

Responsibility Grid

5.4

Eight Issues that Focus Organisational Culture

No.

Ingredient 5 (Maximising Connectedness)

5.5

Some Questions on Relationships

5.6

Understanding Types of Decision-making

5.7

Rate Your Decision-making Effectiveness

5.8

Team Meeting Guidelines

5.9

Readiness for Performance Appraisal

5.10

New Assumptions

5.11

Level of Engagement (1)

5.12

Level of Engagement (2)


Some Useful Creative Techniques


Background

6.1

Creativity and Innovation Check List

6.2

Eight Characteristics of Highly Innovative Organisations

6.3

Eleven Misconceptions about Creativity

6.4

Dimensions to an Innovative Climate

6.5

Building Perpetually Innovative Organisations

6.6

Some Questions on Readiness for Innovation

6.7

Your Record of Innovation

6.8

Reasons for Innovative Failures

6.9

Some Questions to Help Identify if Your Idea is Going to Make it

6.10

Idea Killers - Judgmental Comments

6.11

Basic Ingredients of Brainstorming


Some Traditional Creative Thinking

6.12

Cause-Effect (Fishbone Diagram)

6.13

Imagineering


No.

Ingredient 5 (Maximising Connectedness)


More Creative Thinking

6.14

CoRT

6.15

Six hats

6.16

Fan Concept

6.17

Po

6.18

Random word

6.19

Analogy

6.20

Questioning attitude

6.21

Odd person in


Systematic inventive thinking

6.22

Subtraction

6.23

Multiplication

6.24

Division

6.25

Task Unification

6.26

Attribute Dependency

6.27

Determining Potential Function

NB See Volume 5 for more details on the techniques


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