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10 Building Blocks of Organizational Change Capability

How is developing change management competency different from creating organizational change capability?

We recently received an RFP from a global manufacturing organization interested in creating “change management” competency across the enterprise.  

Our team attended a Q&A session. We were asked, “How is developing change management competency different from creating organizational change capability?”

In the video, I discuss this conversation in more detail and provide ten building blocks that are essential to creating real change management capability across any organization…

10 Building Blocks of Organizational Change Capability

  1. Establishing “Building Organizational Capability” as a major change project
  2. A clear, shared definition of the Desired State and an understanding of what “Organizational Change Capability” means
  3. The adoption of a proven change management methodology
  4. Change management competency development through training and application
  5. Implementing a competency development framework
  6. Successful implementation of “showcase projects”
  7. Measuring change management impact on project successes
  8. The establishment of change infrastructure and governance to support Targets, Change Agents, and Sponsors of change
  9. Continuous coaching and mentoring of Change Agents and
    Sponsors
  10. Alignment of change management metrics and organizational performance

 

Rick Rothermel

Rick is CEO and Director of Consulting Services at LaMarsh Global. He is a change management expert, thought leader and entrepreneur and has served as a founding member of the Board of Directors of ACMP. Rick’s previous experience includes Chief Learning Officer at Michigan Virtual University, Executive Vice President of e-Learning at Global Dynamics and Director of North American Education, Training and Development at Ford. Connect with Rick on LinkedIn here.

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