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Culture and Change

Stop 2: The Basics of Organizational Change Management

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Organizational culture refers to the vision, assumptions, values, and ways peers interact that contribute to a unique social environment within an organization. Organizational culture is basically “the way we get things done.”

 

However, when it comes to bringing about change, organizational culture can be a big challenge. Most people want to continue with how things are currently done, and any type of change disrupts that culture and forces them out of their comfort zones.

 

As a Change Leader, you can encourage your organization to adopt a “culture of change” by creating a comprehensive Change Management Plan, being accountable to it, and encouraging staff to embrace change, as change itself is the only constant. Over time, and after a few change initiatives, your staff will understand that change is the new normal, your vision and values will reflect the new normal, and your staff’s rate of change adoption will quicken.

 

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