MY TOOL BOX
This Tool guides you through defining the change leadership roles needed for your change effort and clarifies the responsibilities and deliverables of each. We recommend seven key roles, each of which may be tailored for your unique circumstances.
This Tool supports the management of your overall change initiative after you have identified the range of sub-initiatives within it and where your effort fits in relation to the organization’s larger changes and other priorities. Your next step is to create a mechanism to coordinate the inevitable interfaces among all these change efforts so that the work is coordinated, streamlined, cost effective and most efficient.
This Tool guides you through determining the decision-making style, roles and process needed for your change effort to run effectively. This work is part of the larger Task, Clarify Governance and Decision-Making (Task I.E.3.). In the CLR process flow, you would have already clarified and staffed initial change leadership roles before you move into decision-making design.
This free Tool guides you through identifying the type of change your work entails. There are three very different types of change that occur in organizations: developmental, transitional and transformational. This Tool provides a thorough description of each and a worksheet to help you determine which type is the primary influence in your change effort.
This Tool guides you through identifying the drivers of change that are catalyzing your change effort. This work is Task: Assess Drivers of Change (Task I.B.2), which is part of the CLR Activity I.B Create Case for Change and Determine Initial Desired Outcomes. If you are working within the CLR process flow, you would already have clarified your plan to create your Case for Change and identified initial desired outcomes.
This Tool guides you through the process to create your Conditions for Success—the factors you believe are required for your current change effort to succeed. This work is Task: Create Conditions for Success (Task I.F.2), which is part of the CLR Activity I.F Build Infrastructure and Conditions to Support Change Effort.
This Tool guides you through the process to design a course correction system—a task that includes developing a learning and course correction approach and the system to support it. This work is Task: Initiate Course Correction Strategy and System (Task I.F.5), which is part of the CLR Activity I.F Build Infrastructure and Conditions to Support Change Effort.