When change is complex with high degrees of uncertainty, typical methods of ‘change management’ can be insufficient – a better way to plan and operate through changing, is principles-based. To be principles-based, is to know the principles relevant to the situation, and apply these when deciding and taking action.
Questo has created Change Design Principles to bring a design sensibility to organisational change.
These are principles to apply in making change in organisations; they are design principles to influence design choices.
To design is to make intentional decisions about the form and function of something so it might do or be something desirable for a user. In organisational change that ‘something’ might be a program of change activity; a specific activity or experience; or an object or interaction that addresses a need or problem.
Listen to creator Helen Palmer, share about two different principles.
Questo has created handy sets of cards that explain Principles and how to explore the Principles to shape your change and approaches to change.
Set 1: 32 Principles, 9 Activities, 4 Factor Cards – AVAILABLE NOW
Set 2: 30 Principles, 7 Activities – COMING MID 2018
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We recommend the cards for use in the following situations:
Listen to creator Helen Palmer, share about two activities where the cards could be used.
In addition to the cards, here are helpful resources:
Share with us your suggestion for a new Principle Card or a new Activity Card.
These are three unique cards that do not belong to any of the card sets. So to get a hold of them, you’ll need to do something extra-ordinary: Like ask Helen when you see her at a presentation/conference or course; or earn as a reward for helping spread the message of the Change Design Principle Cards.