Planning for Higher Education Journal

Change Creation: The Rest of the Planning Story

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From Volume 29 Number 2 | Winter 2000–2001
By Dale Lick, Roger Kaufman
Challenges: Change Management

The authors describe why typical change efforts fail and define both the need and the process for creating change. They also emphasize the critical nature of learning as it relates to change and introduce the universal change principle—that learning precedes change. The role of culture in the change process is explored. The authors then walk the reader through a step-by-step change creation process, which is designed to support successful change efforts.

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