That Change Show

#12 - Building Change Capability: clickbait statement, or A good idea?

October 23, 2022 Lean Change Management Season 1 Episode 12
#12 - Building Change Capability: clickbait statement, or A good idea?
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That Change Show
#12 - Building Change Capability: clickbait statement, or A good idea?
Oct 23, 2022 Season 1 Episode 12
Lean Change Management

This episode was inspired by a question on one of our recent Linked In posts.

How does Lean Change manage change at scale with 90,000 people across 3,000 locations when you don't have access to 99% of the people?

Oddly enough, the same week I had the same question from two separate lean coffee sessions in my workshops.

So is there some substance to the phrase "building change capability is the best way to ensure successful change?", or is it just another click-bait, nonsensical statement that litters the internet and gets you a gazillion likes/shares/retweets?

Resources mentioned:

Survey results - https://www.surveymonkey.com/results/SM-aEr0yU08GHMWAFACD52UzA_3D_3D/

Original post: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/building-change-capability-good-idea-jason-little/?trackingId=GUjRbJCZR4e6Sk1k9zx9PQ%3D%3D

Video version: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7IbpY1T-RCI&list=PL7PO2zNo-oFvQzmhD34IkFJTC7nYjY9cr&index=1

Jason Little is an internationally acclaimed speaker and author of Lean Change Management, Change Agility and Agile Transformation: 4 Steps to Organizational Transformation. That Change Show is a live show where the topics are inspired by Lean Change workshops and lean coffee sessions from around the world. Video versions on Youtube

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This episode was inspired by a question on one of our recent Linked In posts.

How does Lean Change manage change at scale with 90,000 people across 3,000 locations when you don't have access to 99% of the people?

Oddly enough, the same week I had the same question from two separate lean coffee sessions in my workshops.

So is there some substance to the phrase "building change capability is the best way to ensure successful change?", or is it just another click-bait, nonsensical statement that litters the internet and gets you a gazillion likes/shares/retweets?

Resources mentioned:

Survey results - https://www.surveymonkey.com/results/SM-aEr0yU08GHMWAFACD52UzA_3D_3D/

Original post: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/building-change-capability-good-idea-jason-little/?trackingId=GUjRbJCZR4e6Sk1k9zx9PQ%3D%3D

Video version: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7IbpY1T-RCI&list=PL7PO2zNo-oFvQzmhD34IkFJTC7nYjY9cr&index=1

Jason Little is an internationally acclaimed speaker and author of Lean Change Management, Change Agility and Agile Transformation: 4 Steps to Organizational Transformation. That Change Show is a live show where the topics are inspired by Lean Change workshops and lean coffee sessions from around the world. Video versions on Youtube

This week's question
Perspective Matters
Survey says!
Why nobody cares about change
What you all think 'change capability' is
Drive out uncertainty
What do I think?
How to design a global change team
How to scale change
The importance of social capital
How does Lean Change handle scaling change?
Summary and Wrapup