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Alternate Systemic Change Equation
aceng muhtaram mirfani, Indonesia, Member
I propose an alternative model of formula of the success of systemic change as:

Ssc = CML/PML > CR - (f C+Ews)

Ssc = success of systemic change
CML = change management leadership
PML = project management leadership
CR = change risks
C = control
Ews = early warning system.
 

 
Alternate Systemic Change Equation
Jaap de Jonge, Management Consultant, Netherlands
That's looking really interesting indeed, Aceng!
Could you please explain some of the background of your model, what are the differences with Beckhard's formula and why (when) you believe using your version will be more advantageous. Looking forward to your reaction...
 

 
Re-alternate Systemic Change
aceng muhtaram mirfani, Indonesia, Member
The formula was formulated based on my experience when serving as an independent monitor at a decentralized basic education project (2003-2008).
In my formula, the success of systemic change is determined by a balance between change management leadership and project management leadership that must be able to cope with change risks that have been reduced via a control system that functions as an early warning system.
 

 
Alternate Systemic Change Equation
Jaap de Jonge, Management Consultant, Netherlands
 

 
PM/CM Leadership Conflict or Sinergy?
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