Change Context: Why it matters and how to use it to tailor your change management approach.

Although it would be terribly convenient, most change implementations do not operate in a bubble sealed off from outside influences. That’s why it’s important to consider how contextual factors may influence your change effort. In this article, I discuss how to analyze your context and use your findings to tailor your change management approach to your current environment.

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Governance — why you need more than a RACI and Decision Rights template to get it right. [Examples and Tools]

When it comes to roles and decision-making on change projects, people often like to keep things fuzzy...it takes more than a template to change that. In this article, I review the evidence linking governance with success, as well as provide models and tips to help you align your governance approach to your context. 

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The Change Implementer's Disposition

A moment of spontaneous reflection led me to this insight:  two qualities have been integral to my success in implementation. Patient persistence. In this post, I review why these qualities are particularly useful for those leading long-term change efforts and offer some research-based tips on how to build these qualities and restore them when you feel depleted. 

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