Change Management for People and Organizations22 September, 2020 2021-06-03 10:06
Change Management for People and Organizations
Organizations are facing ever-greater and frequent changes in today’s economic climate. Changing scenarios, an empowered workforce, and technological advancements have created an environment in which change is now part of everyday life. In this environment, organizations recognize the importance of developing this competence to change quickly and successfully.
In order to manage change, there are different methodologies, one of them is the ADKAR model, which is goal-oriented and can help us as a guide for change management.
The ADKAR model
The Adkar model provides us with a path to follow AKDAR is an acronym for five milestones or results that an individual / company must achieve for a change to be successful. This method, conceived by Prosci CEO Jeff Hiatt, allows us to see where and why a change is not working well, sequentially and cumulatively following each of its stages.
The process consists of 5 stages:
Conceived by Prosci CEO Jeff Hiatt, it allows us to see where and why a change is not working well.
Addressing change using the ADKAR model will help you create an effective plan. If the change is failing, the model can immediately diagnose where the process is failing and consequently take the most effective corrective actions.
When your organization undertakes projects or initiatives to improve performance, seize opportunities, or address key issues, this requires change; changes in processes, job functions, organizational structures, and types and uses of technology.
It is your organization’s employees who ultimately have to change the way they do their jobs. If these people are not successful in their personal changes, if they do not adopt and learn a new way of working, the initiative will fail. If employees accept and adopt the changes, they will get the expected results.
A program that works
The ADKAR model is an essential tool, both for managing change and for identifying where a change may be failing.
This model provides a series of steps that will increase the chances of success of your change, whether personal or professional.
I carry out a diagnosis of the state of your organization and with the result we establish the “plan” for your business and company to successfully implement change.