Change Model

Hritz, Connie
May 2008
Leadership Excellence Essentials;May2008, Vol. 25 Issue 5, p14
The article discusses the three stages of a change management model. Stage 1 is the period of assessing the level of commitment of individuals to change. Stage 2 is that phase where people acquire the competencies needed to implement change. Stage 3 assists the individuals to continue their behaviors towards change and sustain them.


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