Chapter 3 - The Role of Change Agents


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Unformatted text preview: ays done this way before or others had tried but…. Suspicious of innovation and change Only accept with extreme pressure Only accept if they are confident that change will not fail. CHANGE AGENT ROLES CHANGE “You do not have to spend a lot of time and efford on those strongly resist change. You only have to help and protect those who want to change, so that they are able to succeed. Put another way, your job is not to plant the entire forest, row by row­it is to plant clumps of seedlings in hospitable places and to nurture them. As they mature, these threes will spread their seeds, and the forest will eventually cover the fertile land. The rocks will, of course, remain barren regardless….(Hutton, 1994). MODEL INDIVIDUAL CHANGE ANALYSIS MODEL INDIVIDUAL CHANGE ANALYSIS HIGH P P E E R R F F O O M M A A N N C C E E LOW WORKHORSE WORKHORSE STAR TRAINEE TRAINEE DEADWOOD DEADWOOD ABILITY ABILITY EM B L LD RO HI PC HIGH COSTELLO (1994) INDIVIDUAL CHANGE ANALYSIS INDIVIDUAL CHANGE ANALYSIS INDIVIDUAL TYPES STAR WHAT OUGHT TO BE DONE recognition provide training guide WORKHORSE recognition train, guide & support DEADWOOD challenge guide TRAINEE motivate train – to be a star/w...
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