7 Levels of Organizational Change

There are 7 levels of change for an organization. 

Leaders must focus on one common element –  the art of thinking.  Being able to think, react to changes and to use past experiences throughout these levels are keys to making change success.

  1. Effectiveness – Doing  the right things
  2. Efficiency – Doing things right
  3. Improving – Doing the right things better
  4. Cutting – Doing away with things
  5. Copying – Doing things others are doing
  6. Different – Doing things no one else is doing
  7. Impossible – Doing thins that can’t be done

Published by LeadersTips

What does it take to be a leader? How can you gain practical experience and knowledge in developing your leadership style and attitude? You do this one experience at a time, one spoonful at a time. Gary J. Vien has over 40 years of deep leadership experience living and working in seven states, from coast to coast. Over the years he has written many life quotes, leadership maxims and stories in a 6 by 9 inch brown, blank journal his father gave him. Now he opens his journal and begins to share the wisdom and writings of the times. Read, practice and enjoy these LeadersTips from the little brown journal...

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