King of Innovation The personal healthcare company Procter and Gamble, better known as P&G or the king of innovation, was founded in 1837 in Cincinnati by brothers-in-law William Procter and James Gamble. Their business was a budding enterprise that experienced... READ MORE
Abstract The Problem: Organizations are not engaging their stakeholders in their change management approach or initiatives and are attempting to force change upon their teams Why it Happens: Managers fear that by engaging those affected by change into the management... READ MORE
Change Process The 9x organizational change management approach takes the positive attributes of each of the previously mentioned change theories. Like Lewin’s “Freeze Model” this approach goes beyond the quantitative aspects to place focus on the people impacted by the... READ MORE
Nudge Theory Developed by Richard Thaler and Cass Sunstein, Nudge Theory was made popular in the self-named book that capitalized on their works Nobel prize in economics. The theory focuses on how our brains have built-in cognitive biases that prevent... READ MORE
In 1998, Jeff Hiatt developed a practical change tool focused on the people element of change. Most noteworthy, the model was intended to be a coaching and mentoring tool. Above all, the tool would help employees through the change process... READ MORE
Kotter's Change Model Harvard Business School Professor, John Kotter, in 1995 published his lifetime work “Leading Change” which codified the Kotter change model. He created a model that could handle greater complexity than Lewin’s Change model and address change resistance.... READ MORE
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