How to support individual change as part of your organizational change management plan

What can you do to support individual change as part of your broader change management efforts? In this article, we offer a few suggestions:

  • Understand basic theories that explain why people choose to act (or not).

  • Engage with end users to identify the specific change barriers and enablers that are likely to impact your efforts.

  • Select the “best” intervention to address the barriers you’ve identified — which, to be fair, is easier said than done.

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How behavioral economics can improve your implementation efforts — in ways you might not expect.

My experiments integrating behavioral economics (BE) insights in my implementation efforts have not always turned out as I hoped. However, they have always produced learning. In this post, I share application experiences, as well as ideas on why and how to introduce BE to your implementation team. 

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Employee Participation (Part II): Practical tips for facilitating productive participation.

Employee participation in change efforts is associated with a variety of benefits, but it's not without its complexities. Productive participation takes skill on the part of the change leader/facilitator and participant. The best way to build this skill is through experience.  So in this post, Part II of our review on participation & change, we provide tips and resources on various participatory methods that you can incorporate into your next change effort. 

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