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The Change Equation, The Change Curve, and other Human Dynamics Affecting Your Organization’s Ability to Continually Execute Change


The greatest challenge in any organization is staying relevant. To stay relevant requires change and innovation. However, there are multiple human factors working against change and to be successful at continual change requires knowing the basis of human psyche and an understanding how your communication affects current and future changes – to build a culture of change.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Illustrate how people’s experiences, level of trust, and inherent behavior and psyche can frustrate an organization's ability to execute change.
  2. Provide a number of models that are useful for understanding those dynamics.
  3. Provide discrete strategies and examples of how to execute continuous change in your organization.

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