Tim Creasey on Do Change Management Models Really Work?
Most individuals with over 5 years of work experience have encountered at least one significant or minor transition at work. When such changes are at risk of failure, they often seek the assistance of a change management professional. This expert implements various tools and processes to effectively engage individuals in embracing the forthcoming transformation.
The real question to answer in this episode is do we have any proof that these change management models work?
About Tim Creasey (Chief Innovation Office at Prosci)
Tim Creasey, an accomplished Change Management specialist, possesses a profound expertise in enabling change teams to drive adoption and utilization, resulting in successful outcomes. Recognizing the intricacies of the "soft" aspect of change, Tim actively empowers teams to navigate this challenging facet with greater efficacy. His contributions encompass conducting comprehensive research in change management, crafting holistic and user-friendly models, and developing evidence-based tools tailored to managing the human side of change.
Tim's recent endeavors have been remarkable. He assumed a leadership role in Prosci's research and development efforts in change management. Notably, he conceptualized and developed the CMROI (Change Management ROI) model and calculator, a groundbreaking resource.
What We Discussed in this Episode about Change Management Models and its Efficacy:
- Unveiling the Unseen: Insights into Change Management Discoveries Over the Past Decade - The ADKAR Model: A History of Adoption and Unraveling the Reasons for Change Failures - Shifting Organizational Priorities: Evolution of Change Needs in Today's Landscape - Debunking Misconceptions: Identifying False Beliefs Influencing Poor Decision-Making in Change Management - Startups vs. Established Corporations: Assessing the Ease of Change Implementation - A CEO's Magic Wand: Key Questions and Initial Actions for a Fortune 500 Company