Compatibility guide

The Change Activation Toolkit supports all change methodologies and models. Click to view how the Toolkit’s innovative modules align with the phases and stages of each methodology and model:






ADKAR Model for Change Management


ADKAR goal

Change Activation Toolkit
modules that support this goal

Awareness

Desire

Knowledge

Ability

Reinforcement


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Agile Management


Agile Value

Relevant Change Activation Toolkit modules

Individuals & interactions

Working software

Customer collaboration

Responding to change


Agile Principle

Relevant Change Activation Toolkit modules

1. Customer satisfaction by rapid delivery

2. Welcome changing requirements

3. Working software delivered frequently

4. Working software the principle measure of progress

5. Sustainable development, able to maintain a constant pace

6. Close, daily cooperation between business people & developers

7. Face-to-face conversation is the best form of communication

8. Projects are built around motivated individuals who should be trusted

9. Continuous attention to technical excellence & good design

10. Simplicity – the art of maximizing the amount of work not done – is essential

11. Self-organizing teams

12. Regular adaptation to changing circumstances


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AIM (Accelerated Implementation Methodology)


AIM goal

Change Activation Toolkit modules that support this goal

Define the Implementation

Generate Sponsorship

Build Change Agent Capability

Develop Target Readiness

Communication

Develop Reinforcement Strategy


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Beckhard and Harris Change Management Process


Beckhard and Harris phase

Change Activation Toolkit modules that support this phase

Establishing the need for change

Building the change team

Creating vision and values

Communicating and engaging

Empowering others

Noticing improvements and energizing

Consolidating


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Boston Consulting Group (BCG) Change Delta


BCG Change Delta factors

Change Activation Toolkit modules
that support these factors

Executional Certainty


Enabled Leaders

Engaged Organization

Governance & PMO


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Bridges Leading Transition Model for Change


Bridges stage

Specific activity

Change Activation Toolkit modules that support this activity

Letting Go

Describe change reasons

Communicate during transition

Consider & encourage ‘endings’

The Neutral Zone

Listen, empathize, support

Develop temporary roles

Short term goals

Don’t over promise

Celebrate small wins

Provide learning opportunities

New Beginnings

Model new attitudes & behaviors

Be consistent

Symbolize new identity

Celebrate successes


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The Change Leader’s Roadmap


Change Leader’s Roadmap phase

Change Activation Toolkit modules that support this phase

Phase I – Prepare to Lead the Change

Phase II – Create Organizational Vision, Commitment & Capability

Phase III – Assess the Situation to Determine Design Requirements

Phase IV – Design the Desired State

Phase V – Analyze the Impact

Phase VI – Plan & Organize for Implementation

Phase VII – Implement the Change

Phase VIII – Celebrate and Integrate the New State

Phase IX – Learn and Course Correct


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General Electric Change Acceleration Process (CAP)


CAP phase

Change Activation Toolkit modules that support this phase

Leading Change

Creating A Shared Need

Shaping a Vision

Mobilizing Commitment

Making change last

Monitoring progress

Changing Systems and Structures


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John Kotter Eight Step Model for Change


Kotter model step

Change Activation Toolkit modules that support this step

Establish a sense of urgency

Creating the Guiding Coalition

Developing a Change Vision

Communicating the Vision for Buy-in

Empowering Broad-based Action

Generating Short-term Wins

Never Letting Up

Incorporating Changes into the Culture


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Kubler Ross Change Curve Model


Kubler Ross phase

Change Activation Toolkit modules that support this phase

Shock

Denial

Anger

Bargaining

Depression

Acceptance

Integration


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Kurt Lewin Three Stage Change Methodology


Lewin stage

Specific activity

Change Activation Toolkit modules that support this stage & activity

Unfreeze

1. Determine what needs to change

2. Ensure there is strong support from upper management

3. Create the need for change

4. Manage and understand the doubts and concerns

Change

1. Communicate often

2. Dispel rumors

3. Empower action

4. Involve people in the process

Refreeze

1. Anchor the changes into the culture

2. Develop ways to sustain the change

3. Provide support and training

4. Celebrate success!


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LaMarsh Managed Change™ Model


LaMarsh phase

Change Activation Toolkit modules that support this phase

Identify the Change

Plan and Prepare the Change

Implement the Change

Sustain the Change


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People Centered Implementation (PCI) Model


PCI Critical Success Factor

Change Activation Toolkit modules that support this factor

Shared Change Purpose

Effective Change Leadership

Powerful Engagement Processes

Committed Local Sponsors

Strong Personal Connection

Sustained Personal Performance


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Prosci Enterprise Change Management


Prosci stage

Specific activity

Change Activation Toolkit modules that support this stage & activity

Vision

Define future state

Assess current state

Strategy

Engage primary sponsor

Form & prepare project team

Select deployment strategy

Implementation

Build project plan

Create change management plan

Create and present business case

Implement integrated plan


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Prosci Change Management Levers


Prosci change lever

Change Activation Toolkit modules that support this lever

Communications lever

Sponsor roadmap lever

Coaching lever

Training lever

Resistance management lever


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Viral Change Roadmap


Viral Change Roadmap phase

Change Activation Toolkit modules that support this phase

Discovery

Development

Engagement

Diffusion

Sustain


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