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Advice to Practitioners: A Review of the Popular Press Literature on Planned Change Communication
Unformatted Document Text:  Advice to Practitioners - 39 Rate 7 Moving through the cycle of change too quickly or too slowly can alter the impact of the change effort and the degree of resistance that is exercised. Maurer (1999?) Larkin & Larkin (1994) Mourier & Smith (2001) Collins (2001) Davidson (2002) Belasco (1991) Johnson (1998) Create a change culture 3 People need an environment where openness, trust and collaboration are genuinely fostered. Dupuy (2002) Belasco (1991) Collins (2001) Attitudes or Behaviors 3 Focusing first on either attitudes or behaviors can create a more supportive environment for change and a sense of ownership for the change. Pritchett & Pound (Date?) Oakley & Krug (1991) Duck (2001) Convert by Attraction 3 Replicating change in one or two key areas first will encouraged interest and motivation across the organization. Duck (2001) Miller (2002) Hesslebeing & Johnston (2002)Mourier & Smith (2001) Import of Communication 4 Communicating change too much or not enough can prevent the organization from working through problems and successfully implementing change. Miller (2002) Larkin & Larkin (1994) Duck (2001) Kegan & Lahey (2001)

Authors: Lewis, Laurie., Stephens, Keri., Schmisseur, Amy. and Weir, Kathleen.
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Advice to Practitioners - 39
Rate
7
Moving through the cycle of change too
quickly or too slowly can alter the
impact of the change effort and the
degree of resistance that is exercised.
Maurer (1999?)
Larkin & Larkin (1994)
Mourier & Smith (2001)
Collins (2001)
Davidson (2002)
Belasco (1991)
Johnson (1998)
Create a change culture 3
People need an environment where
openness, trust and collaboration are
genuinely fostered.
Dupuy (2002)
Belasco (1991)
Collins (2001)
Attitudes or Behaviors 3
Focusing first on either attitudes or
behaviors can create a more supportive
environment for change and a sense of
ownership for the change.
Pritchett & Pound (Date?)
Oakley & Krug (1991)
Duck (2001)
Convert by Attraction
3
Replicating change in one or two key
areas first will encouraged interest and
motivation across the organization.
Duck (2001)
Miller (2002)
Hesslebeing & Johnston (2002)
Mourier & Smith (2001)
Import of
Communication
4
Communicating change too much or not
enough can prevent the organization
from working through problems and
successfully implementing change.
Miller (2002)
Larkin & Larkin (1994)
Duck (2001)
Kegan & Lahey (2001)


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