ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE MANAGEMENT TOOLKIT

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Take a moment to think about the following questions:

  1. Why do you think implementing OCM is important? List a few ways you think OCM will help you be successful making changes in your clinic.
  2. Recall a past change that did not go as expected. What went wrong? What will you do differently the next time?
  3. Where do you fall on the Change Commitment Curve? Why did you select this position?
  4. Where would you place yourself on the Change Adoption Curve? Why?

The Change Adoption Curve

Stop 2: The Basics of Organizational Change Management

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The Change Adoption Curve (also known as the Rogers Adoption Curve) describes and classifies the adoption of new ideas by people through the following five stages:

 

  1. Innovators
  2. Early Adopters
  3. Early Majority
  4. Late Majority
  5. Laggards

 

Think about the changes you or your clinic/organization are experiencing.

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