Eight steps to change—case study—example
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Eight steps to change—case study—example

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  • Eight steps to change—case study—example

StageQuestionsCase Study
1. Create a sense of urgency
  1. how will the employees know there is a need for the change?

  2. how will they understand how important it is?

  3. how will they see the long and short term benefits?

  1. explain the potential risk to the organisation

  2. what impact is that having now and in the future

  3. what are the costs of time & money for lawyers responding to chase calls from clients

  4. if the changes aren’t made what will be the consequences

2. Form a powerful guiding coalition
  1. who will be the leader?

  2. who will publicly commit to making it happen?

  3. who will ensure the resources are available?

  4. who will be in the main group driving the change?

  5. who will be responsible for making sure they work together as a team?

  6. will the coalition be effective in all parts of the organisation?

  1. [Joe Bloggs (Senior Manager, Legal)] will lead the pr

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