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Change is endemic in the education sector. The pressures for change come from all sides: globalisation, government initiatives, doing more with less, improving the quality of student learning and the learning experience, and the pace of change is ever increasing. Living with change and managing change is an essential skill for all.
Click on the image to see a larger version Responsibility for change management is shared between the manager initiating the change and the relevant HR Advisor .
If you would like to download a word version of the managing change guide click here: Part 1 - Managing Change (word)
Ensuring That All Parts of Your Organization Work in Harmony
Analyzing the Pressures For and Against Change
Understanding the Three Stages of Change Unfreeze-Change-Refreeze.
home » self/personal development » process of personal change John Fisher's personal transition curve - the stages of personal change - and introduction to personal construct psychology Originally presented at the Tenth International Personal Construct Congress, Berlin, 1999, and subsequently developed in his work on constructivist theory in relation to service provision organisations at Leicester University, England, John Fisher's model of personal change - The Personal Transition Curve - revised again in Nov 2012 - is an excellent analysis of how individuals deal with personal change.
Thirty years of research by leadership guru Dr. John Kotter have proven that 70% of all major change efforts in organizations fail. Why do they fail?
by John Kotter and Holger Rathgeber We believe strongly that the world needs much more action from a broader range of people—action that is informed, committed, and inspired—to help us all in an era of increasing change.