Lean Change Management
Lean Change Management
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Lean Change Management

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Completed on 2014-09-22

About the Book

This is a 3-chapter preview of the second edition of Lean Change Management: Innovative Practices for Managing Organizational Change. This version includes the original text that was published in 2012. In 2014, the completely re-written version was publised through Happy Melly Express, you can get the complete book here.

About the Editor

Jason Little
Jason Little

Jason Little has been in the software industry since 1996 and is an Organizational Change Coach, international speaker, and the author of a video series entitled "Agile Transformation: A Guide to Organizational Change". This video series is published on InformIT and Safari Books Online and is about how to bring change into your organization with Agile practices.

Jason has been using Agile practices since 2002 and since 2007, Jason has been officially helping organizations adopt Agile practices as an External Coach/Consultant, Internal Coach and Product Owner.

About the Contributors

Andrew Annett
Andrew Annett

Agile Coach

Ardita Karaj
Ardita Karaj

Agile Coach

Bernadette Dario
Bernadette Dario

Agile Coach

Bilal Iqbal
Bilal Iqbal

Agile Coach

Neil LaChapelle
Neil LaChapelle

OD Consultant, Writer/Editor, Startup Guy

Neil LaChapelle is an organizational development consultant, writer/editor and educator with 20 years experience in the business education market. He works as an Agile coach, and consults in the areas of organizational culture, change management, leadership, advanced thinking skills and personal productivity. He has deep roots in business education, having led the team that designed and developed one of Canada's first online universities and its inaugural MBA programs. He's also designed and delivered many other online, face-to-face and blended management and leadership training programs in both the academic and corporate sectors. Neil currently leads product development as Chief Innovation Officer of Sceneverse, a location-based social networking startup, and is co-writing and/or editing several business books, including Lean Change.
Sunish Chabba
Sunish Chabba

Agile Consultant

Sunish Chabba has been working as a Agile Consultant at one of the Asia's largest IT Services Organization. A self confessed Agile evangelist, Sunish has been using Lean & Agile approaches to help teams deliver software frequently, with great quality, achieving client delight. with a focus on what really matters. A diverse technical background on Open Systems, DW/BI and Cloud, has helped him connect the dots while working on engagements for pretty large Organizations. He holds a certified fitness trainer credential under his belt and has been coaching and training people on their journey of fat loss.

Table of Contents

  • 1. Foreword
  • 2. Lean Change Management Chapter 1
  • 3. Lean Change Management Chapter 2
  • 4. Lean Change Management - Chapter 3
    • 4.1 Gaining Insights
    • 4.2 What are our Options?
    • 4.3 Time for Experiments!
    • 4.4 What I Learned
    • 4.5 A Loop Isn’t Linear
  • 5. Thank You!
  • 6. Introduction
    • 6.1 Revision Notes
    • 6.2 Lean Change in 30 Seconds
    • 6.3 Origin of Lean Change
    • 6.4 Contributors to This Book
    • 6.5 Notes About This Book
    • 6.6 Why Lean Change?
    • 6.7 Lean Change in a Nutshell
  • 7. What is Lean Change?
    • 7.1 The Lean Change Cycle
    • 7.2 Lean Startup vs Lean Change
    • 7.3 Bridging Agile, Change Management and Psychology
    • 7.4 Why Over-Structured Approaches to Change Don’t Work
    • 7.5 Chapter 2 Summary
  • 8. Generating Insights
    • 8.1 Change Management and Organizational Design Models
    • 8.2 Agile and Lean Models
    • 8.3 Running Experiments
    • 8.4 Summary of Insights
  • 9. Coming Up with Options
    • 9.1 Cost vs Value Trade-offs
    • 9.2 Understanding the Pace of Change
    • 9.3 Summary of Options
  • 10. Minimum Viable Changes
    • 10.1 Managing Your Change Backlog
    • 10.2 MVC’s and Experiments
    • 10.3 Prepare, Introduce, Review
    • 10.4 The Art of Change
    • 10.5 Chapter 5 Summary
  • 11. Creation and Evolution of Lean Change
    • 11.1 Lean Startup for Change in the Public Sector
    • 11.2 Lean Change 0.1 - Do What We Say!
    • 11.3 Lean Change 0.2 - Adopting Pull-Based Approaches
    • 11.4 Lean Change 0.3 - The Birth of Insights and Options
    • 11.5 Lean Change 1.0
    • 11.6 What’s Next for Lean Change?
  • 12. Case Studies
    • 12.1 Lean Change for Weight Loss
    • 12.2 Feedback-Driven Change in Large Scale Transformation by Jamie Longmuir
    • 12.3 A More Simple Strategy Board
  • 13. Lean Change Impressions from Bernadette Dario
    • 13.1 Coaching a New Service Line to Agile
    • 13.2 Coaching a Mature Team
    • 13.3 SUMMARY OF LEARNINGS
  • 14. Lean Change Artifacts
    • 14.1 Artefacts for Collecting Insights
    • 14.2 Visualization of changes
    • 14.3 Lean Change Canvases
    • 14.4 Quick Reference Guide
    • 14.5 Contributors to Lean Change
    • 14.6 Books and Resources
    • 14.7 Feedback and Resources

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