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September 21, 2011


Gayle Ely

One of my favorite books on change is called "Managing Transitions" by William Bridges.

In a section called "Choosing the Path of Renewal" he suggests three transition-based questions leader of change should consider:

1. What is it time for us to let go of?

2. What will we spend our time doing during the transition?

3. What is the new beginning going to require of us and of others in the organization?

Camille Macchio

Scott, A very timely piece today. I am currently working on a change management initiative and here is a question I would add to your great list.

What are some of the ways/methods we can utilize to bring the rank and file aboard?

How do we insure that we're managing this change in all directions -- up, down and across?

Thanks for a thought provoking piece.

Scott Eblin

Great add Camille. Thanks!

Scott Eblin

Hi Gayle

I'm totally with you on the Bridges book. It's one of my all time faves. Should be on every leader's bookshelf.



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