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Our Iceberg is Melting

Presented by: Matt Boyne Lauren Lek Jenith Mishne Chad Swaney
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Why the Fable?
Symbolic Discuss withOthers Find Other Tools Use the story as a communication tool Act in Concert with Others Takes the “me and you” out of organizational politics

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8-Step Change Process

SET THE STAGE

Step1:

Create a Sense of Urgency.

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8-Step Change Process

SET THE STAGE

Step 2:

PullTogether the Guiding Team.

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Decide What to Do

Step 3: Develop the Change Vision and Strategy.

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Make it Happen

Step 4: Communicate for Understanding and Buy-In.

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8-Step Change Process

Make it Happen

Step 5:

Empower Othersto Act.

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8-Step Change Process

Make it Happen

Step 6:

Produce Short-term Wins

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Make itHappen

Step 7:

Don’t Let Up.

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8-Step Change Process

Make it Stick

Step 8:

Create a New Culture.

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Wednesday, November 7, 2007 12 Questions to Ponder
• What are the icebergs in your organization? • What are some of the challenges of initiating change? • How does storytelling (i.e. fable) allow you to have the conversations you needto launch change?
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History
Organizational Psychology
Lewin’s Force Field Theory - Freezing and Unfreezing (Robbins, 2003) Schein’s (2004) work on “disequilibrium”as a tool for cultural adjustment Kotter realized the data supported cultural change and not just surface change

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References
• Kotter, J.P & Rathgeber, H...
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