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Het verhinderen van veelgemaakte fouten in veranderingsprocessen. Verklaring van Veranderingsfasen van John Kotter. ('90)

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Vaak, vereist het creëren van waarde significante verandering. John Kotter concludeerde in zijn boek "A force for Change: How Leadership Differs from Management“ (1990), dat er acht redenen zijn waarom vele veranderingsprocessen niet slagen:


Acht redenen waarom vele veranderingsprocessen niet slagen

  • Het toestaan van teveel ingewikkeldheid.

  • Er niet in slagen om een substantiële coalitie te bouwen.

  • Het niet begrijpen van de noodzaak van een duidelijke visie.

  • Na te laten om de visie duidelijk te communiceren.

  • Het toelaten van obstakels tegen de visie in.

  • Niet te plannen om korte termijn resultaten te bereiken of hen niet te bereiken.

  • De overwinning te snel te verklaren.

  • Er niet in slagen om veranderingen in de corporate cultuur te verankeren.

Veranderingsfasen model

Om het maken van deze fouten te verhinderen, creëerde Kotter het volgende Veranderingsfasen model. Het bestaat ook uit  acht stappen:

  1. Vestig een gevoel van urgentie.

  2. Creëer een coalitie.

  3. Ontwikkel een duidelijke visie.

  4. Deel de visie.

  5. Stel mensen in staat om obstakels uit de weg te ruimen.

  6. Stel korte termijn winsten veilig.

  7. Consolideer en blijf bewegen.

  8. Veranker de verandering.

Volgens Kotter, is het essentieel om de acht fasen van verandering in de bovengenoemde exacte volgorde te volgen.


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