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Learning Goal: I’m working on a business multi-part question and need the explanation and answer to help me learn.

In this assignment, you will:

  • Answer these questions:
    • Do leaders in our organization understand that they are accountable for making changes stick so that benefits can be realized?
    • The evidence we will look for to tell us whether the change is sticking in the right way is
  • Complete the Planning to make change stick Assessment in Appendix 10
  • Discuss each of the propagate traps and briefly assess the extent to which each impacts your culture.
    • Which of these traps is holding back your change?
    • Which one(s), if you fixed it, would bring the greatest benefit?
  • Consider the propagate tips.
    • Which of these ideas could help your organization?
    • Which one(s) would give you the most benefit?
  • Based on your findings from the answers to the questions and assessment above:
    • What is likely to get in the way of our change sticking in the way we need to realize our benefits?
    • What can be done as part of the design of the change to burn their bridges back to the old ways?
    • Does the evidence suggest that we allocate sufficient money and time after implementation to refine and embed changes and build confidence? If not, what do we need to do more of, less of, start doing or stop doing?
    • Does the evidence suggest our impacted leaders have the knowledge and skill to be able to effectively adopt and embed new changes (i.e., to understand, support, communicate, advocate, and reinforce the change)? If not, which gaps do we need to address first?
    • Do we measure and report on whether your change has stuck? If not, what simple measures could we introduce to check whether our next change is being adopted and embedded?
    • Who should we involve in this decision?
    • If we do, do we measure and report in a way that encourages open communication and constructive behavior among those impacted?
    • The most important thing I need to remember about propagating change is