The 7 Levels Of Change – Introduction (Part 1 of 9)

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  2. […] “The Crazy Idea” – How To Make It Work Posted on October 28, 2007 by Innovation Catalyst I’ve added a new creative thinking tool to The Arsenal – “The Crazy Idea.” We’ll be putting it to use in the next installation of 7 Levels Of Change. […]

  3. This is the type of information in which used and thought out, and implimented does give the greatest results in my experiences.
    as in your quote “Each level is harder to implement that the one that precedes it. Each requires a different level of thinking, inspires a different level of fear, and carries a different set of pros and cons”
    However, our ability to to have the “well thought out different level of thinking” does create a different level of fear. “Will it work” What if it doesn’t” comes into play in our thoughts…and in our actions…yes, way the pros and cons, this is not such a “different level” of thinking, it is one of the oldest ways and effective ways of thinking…I look forward to reading the various 7 levels of change!
    This is outstanding food for thought…
    Regards,
    Karin Hiebert

  4. […] of Change describes innovation in terms of types of change, from doing better to doing different. Read my 9-part series on the 7 Levels and get the book to learn the comprehensive […]

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