Who Says Change Can Be Managed?

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Postgraduate MOC Mind Map on Who Says Change Can Be Managed?, created by andrewcroninfinn on 05/05/2013.

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Who Says Change Can Be Managed?
1 Images of Managing
1.1 Controlling
1.1.1 Planning
1.1.2 Organising
1.1.3 Commanding
1.1.4 Controlling
1.1.5 (Activities)
1.2 Shaping
1.2.1 Good management produces strong capabilities
1.2.2 Participative
1.2.3 (Capabilities)
2 Images of Change Outcomes
2.1 Intended
2.1.1 Change is realisation of prior intent through the actions of managers
2.2 Partially Intended
2.2.1 Some but not all intentions are achieved
2.3 Unintended
2.3.1 Managers have little role in producing intentional change outcomes
3 Depends on the view of managing change
3.1 Directing
3.1.1 Intended, Controlling
3.1.2 Intentional changes to align with environment
3.1.3 Strategic Models, N-Step Guides
3.2 Navigating
3.2.1 Partially Intended, Controlling
3.2.2 Emergent Outcomes
3.2.3 External Factors
3.3 Caretaking
3.3.1 Unintended, Controlling
3.3.2 Change comes totally from external factors
3.3.3 Unable to achieve full control, although control is still ideal
3.4 Coaching
3.4.1 Intended, Shaping
3.4.2 Managers shape capabilities in particular ways
3.4.3 Typical OD
3.4.3.1 Action Research
3.4.4 Learning/Do Better
3.5 Interpreting
3.5.1 Partially Intended, Shaping
3.5.2 Managers create meaning
3.5.3 Four drivers
3.5.3.1 Animation
3.5.3.2 Direction
3.5.3.3 Paying Attention
3.5.3.4 Candid Interaction
3.6 Nurturing
3.6.1 Unintended, Shaping
3.6.2 Small changes have large impact
3.6.3 Managers can't control outcomes
3.6.4 Managers promote capabilities that allow positive self-organising

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