I'd be really grateful to hear of any recommendations of simple models to introduce the concept of managing change throughout an organisation.

I have worked in many places where change was a constant, and in the most part was accepted as normal by the majority.  On reflection, I also think it was well managed by leaders.

Where I work now, it is less like this and I would like to be able to share and promote change tools which will helps teams embrace and be able to work more effectively in an environment where change is happening.


Thanks for your guidance.


You need to be a member of DPG Community to add comments!

Join DPG Community

Email me when people reply –


  • Hi Gillian

    Just incase you wanted to explore change management theories in more depth, I've just completed a piece on 'Managing Transitions in the Workplace'.. which looks at the 'William Bridges' Transition model.. worth a read.



  • Hi Gillian,

    We use the Kubler-Ross change curve to allow people to understand the natural human responses to change. 

    Another one is the ADKAR approach which helps you identify what areas you may need to work on if you are experiencing resistance. 


  • Hi Gillian. A couple spring to mind...


    • Kubler-Ross Change Curve
    • Lewin's Change Management Model 

    Hope that helps!

    • Hi

      Thank you for sharing your ideas; I will look in to them 


      • I will put you some on when I get back in Gillian but I would have a look at Kotter's 8 Stage model as a starter.


This reply was deleted.

CIPD Branch Events

Did you know your local CIPD branch will put on relevant events that are free to CIPD members.

Take a look for your local branch here and what events are happening. Remember attending these events are great CPD evidence.

CIPD Branch Event Search


Click here to see a full list of members including our Facilitators.

Did you know that if you go to the list of members, the Members Online button will show you who is online right now? Why not say hello?

What's Happening?