Have you ever tried to introduce
a new idea into your organization?
Even though change is difficult, leaders can't avoid it.
So wouldn't it be wonderful if people who have successfully
introduced a new idea into an organization could share
their stories with you?
Our books, Fearless Change: Patterns for Introducing
New Ideas (2005) and More Fearless Change: Strategies for Making Your Ideas Happen (2015) are the next best thing.
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We have gathered successful strategies for leading a change initiative. To do this, we heard numerous experiences from people leading change in a variety of sizes and types of organizations throughout the world. While doing this, we documented our observations, read publications on the topics of change and influence, studied how change agents throughout history have tackled the problems they faced, and exposed our work for comment and feedback.
Change is hard.
Leaders will struggle and so will the people they are trying to
convince. But the stories of success we have heard show that there is
hope. You need three things to introduce your idea: your belief in it, the determination to act on your belief, and some information on how to bring the idea into your organization. You supply the first two; the patterns in Fearless Change and More Fearless Change provide the third.