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The Change Leader's Roadmap: How to Navigate Your Organization's Transformation, Second Edition by Daryl R. Conner, Dean Anderson, Linda Ackerman Anderson

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Chapter 6. Phase III: Assess the Situation to Determine Design Requirements

Phase III: Assess the Situation to Determine Design Requirements

PHASE III: TASK DELIVERABLES

III.A.1:

Assessment of relevant aspects of the organization's current reality is complete. Aspects that must stay in place, be dismantled, or be created have been identified.

III.A.2:

Relevant best practices from other organizations have been identified.

III.A.3:

Customer requirements are clear.

III.A.4:

The statement of design requirements is complete.

Phase III is the last phase in the upstream stage of change. You have set your foundations for success, have a clear vision of your desired future, and are increasing momentum for the transformation throughout ...

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