4dq24.docx - Re Topic 4 DQ 2 TOPIC 4 DQ 2 Lewin\u2019s three stages change model which entails unfreezing changing and refreezing is one of the most

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Re: Topic 4 DQ 2 TOPIC 4 DQ 2 Lewin’s three stages change model which entails unfreezing, changing and refreezing is one of the most effective change theories. This model signifies a simple and practical model for understanding the process of change (Bakari, Hunjra & Niazi (2017). At the unfreezing stage, one recognizes that there is a need for change and creating awareness of how the existing level of acceptability is hindering the organization. Changing in this model refers to the transitioning and is marked by the implementation of the proposed change. Refreezing is the last stage of this model and it involves the reinforcement and solidification of the new state of being. Lippitt’s seven-phase theory is another significant change theory. The seven steps in this model are diagnosing the problem, assessing the motivation and capacity for change, assessing the resources and motivation of the change agent, defining the progressive stages of change, ensuring the roles and
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