Organizational Change Map
Organizational change can be done in many ways. In fact, there are many different types of activities that can contribute to a successful reorganization. But how do you start? What elements do you need and how are these things connected to each other? At Fæbric, we have developed a map to facilitate you in your organizational change project. We have designed the map on basis of our experiences in organizational change. You are invited to use it freely. If you have feedback or questions, please reach out to us.
How it works?
On a normal map of for example a country you can see cities and roads. It gives you and overview of different cities you can visit and the different routes you can take. However, the map does not tell you which cities to visit and which routes to take. For this, a guide may advise you, taking your context and preferences into account and accompany you on the road.
The Organizational Change Map works the same as a normal map: It gives you an overview of the different activities and different routes you can take to realize your organizational change. How do these roads connect, what are the advantages and pitfalls of possible short tracks and what are the implications for the organization, the people, and the timing? Based on your preferences and needs, we can advise you which route to take and accompany you along the way.
In the Organizational Change Map we communicate our ideal path towards organizational change. However, every context is different. Therefore, with this Miro template, we offer you the opportunity to play around with the different elements and compose your own route.
Difficulties with designing an approach for your organizational change project? Difficulties with explaining it to your team and stakeholders? With the Miro template you can sketch your own organizational change trajectory.
When to use it?
If you are planning an organizational change project the Organizational Change Map can help you. The Organizational Change Map itself gives you (and your stakeholders) an overview of how activities, that contribute to organizational change, are linked. The Miro template gives you the opportunity to play around with the organizational change elements.
How to use it?
Take a look at the Organizational Change Map and decide on the activities you think are necessary and would like to execute.
Drag the elements of the activities in the right order using the template.
Make notes under the elements if necessary.
Discuss your plan for organizational change with your team and stakeholders!
Make use of available Miroverse templates while executing your organizational change plan.