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The Future Search Conference is one of several collaborative planning methods that take a “whole system” approach. These processes try to replace shelf-bound plans with agendas for action that are developed collaboratively in the course of intensive large-group meetings. Key Concepts To do this, Future Search insists on the basic starting principle: “Get the whole system in the room.” That means including everyone needed to make change happen – decision-makers from all the groups involved, internal staff and external stakeholders. A representative cross-section of these players at many levels of ...
Dutch title: Implementeren: het speelveld in praktijk Authors: L. Pater, S. Roest, S. Dubbeldam & M. Verweijen Year: 2003 Publisher: Lemma BV, Utrecht Change management traditionally refers to managing the roll-out of a changed strategy inside an organization and is a process which only starts after a senior management team have walked out of the boardroom with a clear-cut plan. At that point the new strategy is already determined and managers only have to figure out a way to roll it out and get people to join. Pater et al. (2003) speak of a 3x3 grid, that senior managers like to follow. ... Read More
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