Change Management versus Change Leadership
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Summary: Change Management versus Change Leadership
This video explores and explains some differences between Change Management and Change Leadership:
CHANGE MANAGEMENT is defined as a set of processes and methods that are designed to make sure that when you try to realize a (relatively small) change:
1. The stakeholders buy into the change.
2. The process stays under control.
3. The project keeps on budget.
Change management is performed in a planned and deliberate way by an internal change management group, often teaming up with an external consultant.
But current large competitive and economic pressure tend to make change management by itself inadequate, because faster and bolder responses are necessary.
CHANGE LEADERSHIP on the other hand is emergent and empowers speculated action, and is driven by good, but yet unproven ideas. It aims at realizing a (relatively large) change by going faster and being smarter by:
1. Articulating a strategic vision of the future.
2. Mobilizing necessary resources.
3. Putting an engine on the whole change process.
Change leadership is performed in an emergent way by leaders with a clear vision of a better future for the entire organization. They inspire stakeholders to believe in the change and empower them to fight for it.
Change leadership is argued to be a necessary solution to today's problems and opportunities demanded by our faster moving world.
Usage: Understanding the Difference Between Change Management and Change Leadership
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