Top 13 change management comic strips

Top 13 change management comic strips

Change Management cartoons and comics

A good laugh about change management – Top change management comic strips

Resistance to change

Expecting resistance to change and planning for it from the start of your change management progamme will allow you to effectively manage objections. Understanding the most common reasons people object to change gives you the opportunity to plan your change strategy.

Dilbert change management

Change management humor

Fear of Change Chicken

Internal communication

This cartoon shows the importance of communicating and being prepared for change. Even a “small change” like the cartoon shows can have disastrous consequences if everyone isn’t on the same page. Everyone needs to be on board and in the loop.

change management communication comic strip

Embrace change

Change is a constant in business today – in fact, it’s the only thing that’s guaranteed! Yet, if it’s so common, why do so many organizations get it wrong?

Employees embrace change

The vast majority of companies continue to just hope that employees of their change initiatives will simply embrace the changes thrust upon them. But that approach hardly ever works.

Learn to embrace change - Change management comic

A compelling story

Change management require a compelling change story, communicating it to employees and following it up with ongoing communications and involvement.

Change management require a compelling story

Toxic organizational culture

Watch out for surefire indicators of toxicity! Complacency is a dangerous culture

Change management comic - Toxic organizational culture

What if we don’t change

Change is a constant in business today – in fact, it’s the only thing that’s guaranteed! Organizations don’t change. People do – or they don’t

Change management comic - What if we don't change

Change isn’t coming, it is already here

It’s becoming increasingly clear that change is not a once-in-a-while thing but something that is going to be happening all the time.

Riding the wave of change - The need for a new type of leader

Who wants change? Who wants to change? Who wants to lead change?

Leading transformational change requires an intimate understanding of the human side.

Who wants change? Who wants to change? Who wants to lead change?

 

Change management requires leadership clarity and alignment

Many leaders still believe that “we” need to change “them” is the way forward.Change management requires leadership clarity and alignment

Engage people at all levels of the organization

Increasing engagement should be a strategic priority! – Increase engagement when leading change.

Overcoming resistance to change - Successful change management involves the employees

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Torben Rick

Experienced senior executive, both at a strategic and operational level, with strong track record in developing, driving and managing business improvement, development and change management. International experience from management positions in Denmark, Germany and Switzerland.

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Change management is the discipline that guides how we prepare, equip and support individuals to successfully adopt change in order to drive organizational success and outcomes.

An interesting equation to take into account would be:
Resistance = inappropriate approach or procedure …..

I agree Jacques. In my experience, a robust change management approach, including active and visible sponsorship, can reduce/eliminate resistance. Does anyone else out there agree that organizations would benefit from an increased awareness of how change management delivers results?

Torben,
I loved the freshness of your perspectives. I have subscribed.
Best Wishes,
Ganges

They’re pretty interesting and yet entertaining comic strips about change management.

Torben, as always you give us great insights into our loved to be hated discipline. Yes many i recognise as well as the slow change that has taken place over the years. incremental or evolutionary also works, of course the outcomes are uncertain, so we push on looking at the communities to engage the change. rgds

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