Date Added: Jan 2010
Most change management models in use today are in the form of a process or set of steps. In fact, the most effective processes or methodologies are based on research and the experiences of change management experts from years of trial and error in the field. However, the underlying lessons and principles that produced these change management processes and tools are not always clear to the practitioner (especially if you are new to the field of change management). In many cases, the guiding principles and lessons-learned are not even discussed as part of the model or tools.