Change Management, Human-Centered, Change Leadership, Appreciative Inquiry, Bridges Model of Change, Organizational Culture
Library and Information Science
Most traditional change management practices seek to mitigate risk. They focus on process and implementation over listening, compassion, and healing. By using human-centered change methodologies and approaches, we will explore ways to tailor change efforts in ways that honor the individuals and the organization. We will consider how to engage in a change that harnesses the strengths of the team, making space for voices to be heard.
Musolff, Meghan and Bélanger, Annie, "Practicing organizational care: Using human-centered approaches to facilitate change in your library" (2022). Presentations. 104.