ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE MANAGEMENT TOOLKIT
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The second phase in the change management process is to plan the change. It is in this phase that you will create a change vision statement to prepare for the change.
How do you know when to start planning for the upcoming change? Start as early as possible! Sometimes it is hard to know exactly when a change will happen, or even IF it IS happening; but, you should start change management efforts as soon as you are aware of a pending change.
A Change Vision Statement is like an “elevator speech.” It concisely describes the upcoming change so that anyone can understand it in a few sentences.
It is an important and compelling piece to any change project because a Change Vision Statement:
Having a shared vision brings people together. A leadership group that engages in a shared vision process emerges as a team with a strong sense of common purpose and a heightened sense of shared responsibility. A shared vision creates a unified framework for an organization's success.
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Stop 3: Organizational Change Management Process and Tools
Plan the Change
Change Vision Statement
The Benefits of a Shared Vision
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How does a Change Vision Statement differ from the Mission Statement your organization already has?
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