The ADKAR Model

The ADKAR model was developed by Jeffery Hiatt (founder of the PROSCI organisation in the USA) and is an acronym for the 5 key elements (goals) of change that we all go through as individuals. The ADKAR model can be used to effectively plan out change both for individuals and organisations by delivering against the 5... Continue Reading →

Kotter’s Change Model – Urgency of Need is critical

Establishing a Sense of Urgency is so important to enabling successful Change. Listen to John Kotter himself explain the reason for this importance in this brief video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Yfrj2Y9IlI Here's our summary of the model - contact get in touch with the team in BDO Eaton Square via the contact us page for more information on... Continue Reading →

Kotter’s 8 Step Change Model

John Kotter's 2014 Book Accelerate builds on his 1996 book Leading Change and it recommends running the 8 accelerator steps concurrently and continuously now. Instead of treating them as separate steps, they should be worked on as if they were a continuum to revisited as needed throughout the process. Proof, if any was needed, that change... Continue Reading →

The Kurt Lewin Change Management Model

The 3 step process can be easily remembered as the image of a frozen cube of ice, thawing it and refreezing it as a different shape. The image below summarises each stage on one downloadable image for your ease. What Lewin's model is GOOD at Lewin’s change management model is excellent when your organisation needs... Continue Reading →

8 Change Management Models

8 main Change Management model circulate today - let's step through them.

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