THE PROSCI ADKAR MODEL
The ADKAR Model is an outcome-oriented model, describing the milestones an individual must hit to successfully adapt to change. Applying it drives individual change, which results in successful organizational change
Applying ADKAR Model?
Since the Prosci ADKAR Model was developed two decades ago, thousands of change leaders have applied it to their change initiatives to improve project outcomes.
The ADKAR Model distills the change process into the most basic yet critical elements, making it easy to use. Yet it’s a multipurpose, multifaceted tool that has the power to impact how you lead change and how individuals experience change in your organization.
CHANGE AS A PROCESS
Understanding Change as a Process
Fundamental to the ADKAR Model is this: Change occurs as a process, not an event. And it can be difficult and complex to understand. Breaking down change into distinct elements helps us understand the process of change and how to manage it. The theory of three distinct phases of change has roots in works from anthropologist Arnold Van Gennep in 1909 to Kurt Lewin in 1948 and William Bridges in 1980.
The three states of change—current state, transition state, and future state—provide a powerful framework for the process-oriented approach of the ADKAR Model. The model clearly establishes how an individual moves through the change process, from their current state to their future state, and provides the insight needed for successful organizational change.
A Model Based on Change Management Best Practices
A Structured Approach and Methodology
A Common Language for Change
Facilitating Individual Change
Integration with Project Management
Measuring Change Outcomes
Empowering Managers and Senior Leaders
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