Digital CredentialsWe live in an age where knowledge is easily accessible. What will separate you from your peers is applying what you've learned.
Categories of Badges
Green badges are knowledge-based badges spread across 3 levels of difficulty: Passive (easier), Active (moderate), and Interactive (harder)
Yellow badges are application-based badges spread across 3 levels of difficulty: Tools and Practices (easier), Maker (moderate), and Practitioner (harder)
Red badges are Ambassador badges awarded to Lean Change Management Facilitators.
Why Digital Credentials?
There are plenty of change frameworks, methods, and tools out there. Regardless of what your favourite approach is, change only happens when we take action. We live in a world where access to knowledge is easier than ever, and and while knowledge will always be somewhat important, today’s past-paced business world values action and creative problem solving.
Lean Change Management does not issue certifications. Workshop attendees get a Certificate of Completion and the more you experiment with what you learned at a workshop, the more badges you can earn!
How will the badges work?
Really? A badge for reading a book?
Sure! Think about it. Some training companies CERTIFY you after sitting in a class for 2 days without even taking a test. Remember, knowledge is largely free in today’s world, why shouldn’t you be rewarded for learning from a book? The difference is, you’ll receive a knowledge-based badge, you still need to use the ideas in the wild to get an application-based badge!
Do I have to attend a workshop to earn application badges?
No. You only need to provide evidence and validation of using Lean Change Management ideas with your clients or organiations. For example, if you use Change Canvases and vizualize your change work and show a benefit of doing so with clients, or people in your organiation, you can apply for the corresponding application level badges.