Responsible Change (Executive Report)
25 Operating Principles
11 Recommendations for Agile and Responsible Change
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Expensive flaws persist in our collective, prevailing assumptions about change. We overwhelmingly view change as something for us to do to the organization, hence the popularity of the doubtful metaphor "managing change." In the accompanying Executive Report, I examine descriptive and prescriptive models of change from noted authorities in order to address three questions:
Since the term "change" is seldom defined, I created the following temporary vernacular about types of change:
The report presents 25 operating assumptions worth understanding and applying to change attempts. The operating assumptions are sorted into 5 areas:
The report concludes with suggestions for applying the operating assumptions and lessons from agile (i.e., emergent) approaches to change in order to become a more agile IT organization.
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