Change Management Adoption - Leadership of Change Volume 5
Change Management Adoption: Achieving Employee Change Adoption in a major organisation change or transformation has mixed success and the ROI benefits are not always realised. For change adoption to be successful, the leaders, sponsor and change team should support the employees through the change transition by providing Awareness, Understanding, Involvement, Learning, and Motivation for the change.
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Five critical tasks that all change professionals should follow to support their organisation's change management implementation with a focus on employee adoption, structured on the AUILM® Employee Change Adoption Model
About this book:
Organisations are operating in an environment of rapid change and transformation where success is dependent on employees adopting the new technology or way of working to improve operating performance and achieve the targeted return on investment (ROI). The fact that successfully implementation of the change or transformation is critical to the future viability of the organisation is sometimes not enough.
The Leadership of Change® Volume 5, focuses on how to achieve employee change adoption in a major organisation change or transformation using the AUILM® Employee Change Adoption Model. The AUILM® Model outlines the five key life cycle stages the employee goes through in the change transition. The model helps change teams to understand how employees tend to react during change and then supports them through the change, so resistance is minimised and adoption is maximised. For change adoption to be successful, employees should be supported through the change transition, being provided with Awareness, Understanding, Involvement, Learning, and Motivation so the organisation can achieve sustainable change and benefits realisation. Change implementation focuses on aligning employees, processes, systems and leaders, it is also supported by the a2B Change Management Framework® (a2BCMF®).
Leadership of Change®
Change Management Adoption - Book Overview
List of Figures and Tables
Section 1: Introduction
1.1 Change Management Adoption
1.2 Change Disruption
1.3 Change Management
1.4 Change Management Benefits
1.5 Change Sponsorship
1.6 Change Leadership
Section 2.0 Change Framework and Models
2.1 a2B Change Management Framework®
2.2 a2B5R® Employee Behaviour Change Model
Section 3.0 AUILM® Model - Overview
Section 3.1 Awareness - Plan Phase I
3.1 AUILM®: Awareness
3.1.1 Employee Awareness: What’s In It For Me (WIFM)
3.1.2 Process Awareness: I Know These Processes
3.1.3 System Awareness: What’s Wrong with the System?
3.1.4 Leadership Awareness: What Would They Know?
3.1.4 a2B Change Management Framework® Steps 1 and 2
Section 3.2 Understanding - Plan Phase II
3.2 AUILM®: Understanding
3.2.1 Employee Understanding: How Will this Impact Me?
3.2.2 Process Understanding: How Will the Processes Change?
3.2.3 System Understanding: How Will the Systems Change?
3.2.4 Leadership Understanding: What Are They Trying to Achieve?
3.2.4 a2B Change Management Framework® Steps 3 and 4
Section 3.3 Involvement - Execute Phase I
3.3 AUILM®: Involvement
3.3.1 Employee Involvement: Will I Be Involved
3.3.2 Process Involvement: I Know Ways to Improve Processes
3.3.3 System Involvement: I Know Ways to Improve Systems
3.3.4 Leadership Involvement: They Think They Know More
3.3.4 a2B Change Management Framework® Steps 5 and 6
Section 3.4 Learning - Execute Phase II
3.4 AUILM®: Learning
3.4.1 Employee Learning: Can I Learn This?
3.4.2 Process Learning: What Process Training Will I Get?
3.3.3 S System Learning: What System Training Will I Get?
3.3.4 Leadership Learning: Will the Leaders Learn as Well?
3.3.4 a2B Change Management Framework® Steps 7 and 8
Section 3.5 Motivation - Sustain Phase
3.5 AUILM®: Motivation
3.3.1 Employee Motivation: What Will keep Me Motivated?
3.3.2 Process Motivation: How Do We Ensure Compliance?
3.3.3 Systems Motivation: How Do We Stop Circumvention?
3.3.4 Leadership Motivation: Will Leaders Reinforce Change?
3.3.4 a2B Change Management Framework® Steps 9 - 10
Section 4: Support Information
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