Solidifying Transitional Plan Changes, Introducing New Changes, Establishing a Culture that Accepts Ongoing Change

  • Stewart Gabel


The goals of this chapter are to:
  • Discuss the leader’s role during the final or solidifying phase of the organizational transition

  • Review considerations and an approach related to the introduction of possible new changes in the organization when the transitional period is over

  • Emphasize the early utilization of key individuals whose own needs and agendas will be most affected by change proposals in the assessment and modification of possible new approaches or programs

  • Emphasize the importance of a continuing process led by the leader to assess threats and opportunities that relate to the organization, and to emphasize the leader’s role as a model in valuing the potential in organizational change


Board Member Organizational Change Organizational Member Transitional Period Transitional Effort 
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© Springer Science+Business Media New York 2001

Authors and Affiliations

  • Stewart Gabel
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  1. 1.The Children’s HospitalUniversity of Colorado Medical SchoolDenverUSA

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