Cut through Change Complexity (Understand the Types of Change)

Match the right organizational change approach to the type of challenge faced

Not all change is the same – use the right change model for better results!

Many authors and instructors throw the term “Change Models” around freely, which often causes great confusion since there are many models, often with very different purposes.  By approaching model choice from a “purpose” perspective, the change leader can narrow the models to those most appropriate and avoid using a hammer when a screwdriver is needed.

Upon completion of this course, you will understand change model classifications and some of the models that are available for each classification.  However, the value of knowing the change classification you face only comes from using that knowledge when designing and implementing a change project.

Do you understand your problem situation and which change model is needed?

Dr. Ross Wirth
Dr. Ross Wirth
Consultant & Professor

About the instructor

Dr. Ross Wirth develops online courses and consults in the areas of organizational change and strategic leadership. Previously, he served as the Dean of the College of Business and Program Chair for Business Administration at Franklin University. Earlier, Dr. Wirth worked 32 years in international oil and gas where he served in many management positions, often involved in strategic & operational planning, business development, performance management, and organizational change initiatives. Over his career, functional leadership spanned IT, retail & wholesale marketing, supply & logistics, corporate planning, and human resources.

Dr. Wirth earned an MBA from New Mexico State University, and a PhD in Applied Management and Decision Science with a specialization in Leadership and Organizational Change from Walden University.

See his LinkedIn profile for more information.

What's included?

8 Videos
1 Text
9 PDFs

Do “Change Models” confuse you?  Bewildered?

Enroll now! to choose the right change model

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