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How many change models do we need?

Armour Consulting has just published an excellent “Taxonomy of Change Models” on Slideshare which lists over 40 different models.

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Having worked in change environments for many years and used a wide range of change models for many different types of change we found it useful to collate and categorise models for ease of reference. We have used four types of classification:

Contextual – broader strategic or macro models that can be helpful in understanding a context of change, or support for change – Nadler and Tushman, congruence model being an example

High-level change model – change specific models, but at a broader, sometimes even conceptual model – Carnall, change management model as an example

Actionable Model – detailed, with defined stages and actions, for example, Accelerating Implementation Methodology (AIM) Change Management Methodology

Supporting – models that underpin our approach to change, they can apply to specific elements of change or help to understand certain elements, for example – Beckhard and Harris, change formula

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