Principles of effective management
There are 8 principles developed by Kotter that define when a manager is unable to perform changes in the organization where they work:
- create a sense of urgency
- Communicate the importance of acting quickly
- build a guiding coalition
- form a strategic vision and initiatives
- Explain how the future is different from the past and what things are possible to reach there.
- enlist a volunteer army
- Communicate your vision so that others can join. This relates to making big changes in an organization, but can also be useful to gather momentum when starting.
- enable action by removing barriers
- Remove silos and work across domains. Empower people to act by themselves.
- generate short-term wins
- Show, recognize, communicate. They are a powerful driving force.
- sustain acceleration
- Press harder after success. Be relentless. Be mindful of your increase in credibility to further drive changes
- institute change
- Make the link between the new habits and the organizational success. Be sure to cement the new behavior such that it persists in the organization.
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