Inspiration Behind Lean Change Management – An InfoQ Interview

Lean Change Management is inspired by a variety of practices and many communities from agile to organizational development and neuroscience. Check out my recent interview with InfoQ about my upcoming talk at Darefest in Antwerp, Belguim.
December 1, 2014
Jason is the author of Lean Change Management and founder of the Lean Change Management Association and Spark the Change Toronto
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I recently, and virtually, sat down with Ben Linders, InfoQ editor to discuss my upcoming talk at Darefest as well as some of the inspiration behind Lean Change Management.

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InfoQ: Recently your first book Lean Change Management has been published. Can you explain to our readers what the book is about?

Jason: This book is a collection of practices for modernizing how change is managed within today’s organizations. Many people, the Agile community in particular, cite Kotter’s 8-steps as being a great model for managing change but it’s almost 20 years old. The world of work is drastically different than it was back then. The traditional approach to change involves picking an off-the-shelf change method, planning it upfront, assigning a change team and then running into a wall of change resistance. I wrote this book to help people discover more effective practices for managing organizational change that are relevant in today’s fast-paced, digital world.

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