by Stacy Aaron, Partner
Although Wikipedia states that the discipline of Change Management has its roots in the 1960s
(over 50 years ago!),
plenty of leaders and managers have only cursory knowledge of the fundamentals and processes. Most business professionals know Change Management is relevant, but how they think of the scope and importance of it varies.
That’s where we come in!
People in the same company, even in the same meeting, may define Change Management differently. To implement a change successfully, it’s important to have a common vocabulary about change and align everyone under a shared goal and approach. Because of this reality,
we need to embrace our role as educators.