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How to Disrupt Your Approach to Change Management

Published: 13 June 2018

ID: G00354983

Analyst(s): Ken Chadwick , Caroline Chumakov


In today's fast-paced work environment, all management is change management. Despite its prevalence, our instinctual aversion to change persists. Supply chain leaders can use this research to understand how to disrupt the experience of change to increase adoption for their change initiatives

Table Of Contents
  • Key Challenges



  • Disrupt the Experience of Change by Understanding the Mental Models That Shape Behavior
  • Attain Alignment for the Change by Understanding How Employees Experience Risks
  • Embrace Conflict Experiences as an Opportunity for Engagement and Improvement
  • Guide Sponsorship From Leaders by Clearly Detailing Their Role in the Change

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