Deploying an organizational change initiative can be challenging. Whether you need to improve quality, streamline your supply chain, increase customer satisfaction, decrease product development time, or implement another initiative, Strategy Perspective can show you tools that engage your employees to implement the change!
The Tipping Point model is a simple framework, powerful enough to move any organization through effective change.
This framework has been built into a computer-based management flight simulator—a learning game.
The Tipping Point simulator forms the heart of Change, Dialogue, and Action—a dynamic, interactive workshop that fosters dialogue and accelerates learning. Using the simulator, the workshop sparks friendly competition to engage participants in strategic thinking on organizational change. It creates a safe environment to introduce a new model, experiment with it, and discuss options.
Change, Dialogue, and Action has been used in organizations of all sizes, from small nonprofits to Fortune 500 companies such as Xerox Corporation and GSK.
You can add this powerful, engaging workshop to your own repertoire of effective tools and learning experiences. Strategy Perspective offers
Certification Training and licensing for facilitators.
As a certified facilitator you can deliver this powerful workshop in your own organization or consultancy to help your employees and clients understand the process of implementing change.
Read Creating Contagious Commitment, 2nd edition. The book thoroughly explains the theory behind the Tipping Point model and gives first-person accounts of applying it to change initiatives in organizations—big and small, across the globe.
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|Watch the Videos! |
|Seven Levers of Change|
|Tipping Point Simulator|
|Change, Dialogue, & Action|
|Meet the Developer|
|More about the Workshop|
|Applying the Tipping Point|
|Dance of Change|
|People Side of Change|
|The 'Infectious' Spread...|
|Creating Contagious Commitment Introduction|