Change is a journey and the journey is always about change. And if there is no change, why bother with the journey? And the best journeys require lots of space of one sort or another. So for great journeys -- just open space. (Harrison Owen)
It's time for a methodology agnostic approach. (Daryl Connor)
The Change Journey Map brings us back to the roots of our craft as consultants.
(Dr. Helmut Volkmann)
Hello all, normally I will use The Change Journey next week as a diagnosis instrument. This is a description of the organisation:there are about 30 people working (consultants, office managers and…Continue
Please add here you ideas about the underlying principles of the journey, places you miss out, guidelines etc.Continue
I´m currently in an enviroment where change i happening. The enviroment is public sector, on national scale in Sweden. Are there any good examples out there of using The Cahnge Journey methodology and the Change Journey Map in such cases?
I can't say that I wasn't prepared. When I got this recent assignment for facilitating a workshop for a 7 people HR team, I was warned that there was medium to high risk of conflict. Well, if you know such things in advance, facilitating such a workshop can one of the most rewarding jobs - standing in the middle of the fire. To summarize a long story: the Change Journey Map contributed to a positive outcome.
But let's start from the beginning. Here was a team under enormous pressure…Continue
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