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Definition and Reasons for Change

Prior to implementing any major organisation change, it is critical that all key contributors reach a clear and common understanding and definition of the change.

Most, if not all business change is planned for a good business reason, not on the whim of a company director or departmental manager. However, to different levels of an organisation, the reasons for change may not be that evident, and the definition stage of a change plan aims to

- develop a clearly articulated statement of the rationale or reason for a change

- provide tools to communicate the change and begin to get people interested

- establish 'what's in it for me' benefits for key stakeholders and groups.

This 'case for change' is about creating a sense of urgency to move from current to new ways of working and thinking. The role of the change leader is key is communicating a 'vision' of the future state as well as a personal motivation for changing and stressing the urgency of the situation. However, the scope, timing and expected impacts of the change as well as key milestones and measures need to be understood and communicated before moving on to the readiness assessment phase of the change project.

With a wide and diverse experience of leading both large and smaller change projects, Lean Business France's Project Overview Process can help ensure that your change project gets off to the best possible start. For further information, contact us at contact@leanbusiness.fr

 

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