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Analyzing Models of Change

Submitted by on September 26, 2006 – 7:27 pm 78 views No Comment

Since my last post, The Ebb and Flow of Goals and Personal Growth, I’ve been digging deeper into the complex subject of change. I read a great post yesterday at The Practice of Leadership blog, titled The structures and tensions required to make change. George Ambler reviews 3 models/formulas dealing with change: The Paradigm Shift model, Structure Determines Behavior, and Structural Tensions. Based on this article, I definitely plan on expanding my research to include the authors of the books mentioned: Richard Beckhard and Robert Fritz.

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