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                            Foreword
Table of Contents
Changes to Management as Art
Appreciate change management through the use of cartoons
Using a Change Management Certificate Template
An Example of a Change Management Model
Techniques for Creating Your Own Change Management Plan
Strengthening the Change Management as implemented
Why the Change Management Process is very Important
The Benefits of Having Change Management Software in Your Business
What Makes a Change Management Team?
Timeframe Trial on the use of Change Management Software
Change Management: Why Your Company Needs It
Kotter’s Change Model of Management
The Academy for Change Management
The Certificate for Change Management
The Risks a Change Management Consultant Faces From His Own Clients
A Broader Look at the Definition of Change Management
The Change Management of ITIL
The Model for Change Management
The Roots of Change Management Theory
The Need for a Change Management Tool
When Belief Statements Become Effective Change Management Tools
The Effective Way to Conduct Change Management Training
The role of Computer Change Management in Human Behavior Change Management
Conclusions for Change Management
Change Management Conclusions are Important for the Success of a Change Management Program
Defining Change Management for Newbies
Stages in Change Management Implementation
The Proper Management of Change
The Factors that Come Into Play in Stakeholder Management Change
The Models for Management Change
What is Change Management?
OCM: Organizational Change Management
What is Organizational Change Management and What Can it Do for Your Business?
Organizational Change, Leadership and Management
The Training for Organizational Development and Change Management
The Right Way to Implement Process Change Management
The Template of Certificate in Change Management
An Explanation of What Change Management Is
The Change Management Workplace
Environmental Case Study Change Management Elements
Can I Produce a Template for a Certificate in Change Management Myself?
Eight Steps to Successful Change Management and Organization
Change Management Conclusion: The Three Ps to a Successful Transition
The Grief Cycle: The Change Management Grief Resistance Tool
Impact of Change Management to Small or Large Firms
Handle Change Management through Presentations
The Change Management Process in Software Quality Assurance
Change Management Standard: A Step-by-Step Guide to Successful Change Process Implementations
Change Management Strategies to Ensure Business Success
Tips on How to Apply Change in Management
The Skills in Change Management
Easily Search Change Management Articles
The Importance of Receiving a Change Management Award Certificate
Change Management Books That Can Help You in Your Business
Pictures of Change Management
The Importance of the Change Management Process in Software Testing
The Parts to a Great Change Management Project Plan
Important Tips on Handling Change Management Projects
The Speaker for Change Management
Basic Theories of Change Management
Nutritional Time Frames and Trial Periods in Change Management
The Role of Human Resource Management in Change
Collins’ Model – Linking Leadership with Change Management
Field Titles Change in Content Management
Definition of Change Management Presented Using the ADKAR Model
Choosing the Model of Change Management in your Organization
Documenting Change Management
Enhancing Productivity by Change Management – Keeping Motivation Alive in the Workplace
Huse Change Model Management: The Basic Principles
The Importance of Change Management in Organizations
What is the ITIL Change Management Scheme?
The Journal for Organizational Change Management
Large or Small Firms Experienced Change Management
Change Management of Large Businesses versus Small Businesses
The Book of Making Sense about Change Management
Technology Change Management: Keeping IT Up To Date
GE: Organizational Change Management
The Basics of Management: People, Performance, Change
The Meaning of Management Change
Microsoft Organizational Change Management
Models of Change Management – Devising Standards for Business Success
Keyword: CHANGE – Objectives of Change Management Training
Organizational Change Management Program – Providing Solutions for Transition
Tips on Carrying Out Organizational Development Change Management
PowerPoint Presentation of Change Management: Getting a Glimpse of Change Management Concepts
Project Management Software Issues: Change Requests from Customers
What Does the Job of Project Analyst Process Improvement Change Management Entail?
Software Change Management: Keeping up with the New Demands of the Target Market
PowerPoint Presentations of Software for Change Management
Dynamism: Strategic Approach for Change Management
How to Conduct a Study of Change Management Inventories Questionnaires
What Organizational Activities Fall Under Supply Chain Management?
Theories of Change Management: Brilliant Mind’s Perspective of the Change Process
What Are the Theories of Change Management?
Learn about the Three Types of Change Management
What is a Planned Change in Educational Management?
How Do I Identify What is Planned Change in Educational Management?
The Human Factor: Writing Conclusion Examples for Change Management
                        
Document Text Contents
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Change Management
100 Success Secrets

The Complete Guide to Process, Tools, Software
and

Training in Organizational Change Management

Gerard Blokdijk

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The Grief Cycle – The Change Man-
agement Grief Resistance Tool

Change management is the identification of techniques or
approaches needed for a smooth transition from an existing state to
a desired one. Use careful planning for changes within an organiza-
tion to anticipate potential disruptions or threats, such as resis-
tance from people who are not yet ready for changes to take effect.

This is why assessing change readiness is very important to
develop ways to successfully introduce, and in the long run, imple-
ment the new process. The role of change management is very
critical to identify the impacts that changes will most likely have on
individual’s behaviors, and work ethics that eventually will greatly
affect the business operations.

By studying the Grief Cycle you can understand an individu-
al’s grief resistance to change. It’s a tool developed by Elisabeth
Kubler-Ross, MD, a Swiss-born psychiatrist and author of the book,
“On Death and Dying.” Most companies have adapted the stages of
the Grief Cycle and these are as follows (in sequential order):

Shock – a sense of being paralyzed, distant, and re-
moved from one's feelings of grief.
Denial - difficulty in accepting the reality of change.
Anger – developing ill feelings toward the people re-
sponsible for the change, usually management.
Bargaining – trying to get the best out of the situa-
tion.
Depression - acceptance of the losses that may come
in the way when changes are realized.

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Acceptance – coming to terms with change versus
losses, facing the reality and moving on to a new
commitment.

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become so used to education as it has been practiced in the past
that they find it difficult to adopt innovations as part of planned
change in educational management.

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The Human Factor – Writing Conclu-
sion Examples for Change Manage-
ment

Who does not want to read a book or watch a movie with a
happy ending? “All is well that ends well” is what they always say.
Change management also has the same objective. That is to make
sure that all the processes lean toward business success. This is the
reason why policies keep changing, people keep moving, and
processes keep innovating. Though writing conclusions is not that
simple, it still needs to be carefully studied to determine the factors
that may contribute to possible failure of the implementation of
change, and learn from these lessons.

On the plan change process, the human factor is a key com-
ponent. This is the stage wherein people are given a chance to speak
out and air their views about the changes that are about to be
implemented. Diversity of people’s take on certain issues will
broaden the change management perspective since they tackled all
possible scenarios and results. The differing views of individuals
won’t hurt the organization. It is actually a big plus, as long as a
compromised agreement is the end result of these discussions.

Fostering change in an organization is not that hard to im-
agine. All you need is the right people with the proper mindsets,
and the right resources to support the change implementation
process. To arrive at a certain conclusion that is favorable to every-
body, the leaders should also give due recognition to people with
excellent work ethics. This will serve as their motivation to keep on
moving, and eventually reach the top of the corporate ladder.

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