Lessons Learned During Transformational Change: Look to Your Past to Inform Your Present
Blog: IMA Blog
One of the critical elements for achieving implementation success on a transformational change is knowing what the climate is like for the change you trying to introduce. Your project isn’t being introduced into a hermetically-sealed environment. Instead, you are implementing your change into an environment that is being significantly shaped by perceptions of past experiences, and what is going on in the present. That’s an important AIM change management methodology principle: No change occurs in isolation. It occurs in the context of all those priorities competing for resources (stress) and all the lessons previously learned about implementation (history).