Change Management Methodology: Measuring Readiness for Change

by Paula Alsher on Mon, Apr 29, 2013 @ 11:30 AM

If you are applying the AIM (Accelerating Implementation Methodology) change management methodology to your transformation or other changes, you can measure what level of readiness you actually have.  While resistance to change is natural and inevitable, a thorough analysis of the specific reasons why and how individuals will resist the change project is critical to increasing the probability of implementation success.  

Assessing the Climate for Your Transformational Change

by Paula Alsher on Tue, Nov 27, 2012 @ 03:00 PM

One of the common questions that comes up in our change management consulting work is why the organizational climate for transformational change matters.  The reason why you need to fully understand your organization's current climate is simply because that is the environment in which you will be implementing the transformation.  In common language, "It is what it is."  

Readiness for Change: Ten Tips for Implementation Success

by Paula Alsher on Fri, Nov 16, 2012 @ 07:43 AM

Whether your organization is seeking to implement transformational change or "garden variety" changes, you are going to be confronted with a simple but compelling choice.  You can either invest in readiness for change, or pay for it in resistance.  There are no other options! 

Anticipating Resistance: A Change Management Methodology Guide

by Paula Alsher on Wed, May 02, 2012 @ 11:50 AM
Building readiness is a critical component for any change management methodology.  To build readiness, you have to manage resistance. But how exactly do you identify what resistance is, and where it is coming from?

One of the benefits of the Accelerating Implementation Methodology (AIM) is that it operationalizes many of the theoretical prescriptions you will find in other change management methodologies.