Les paliers du changement

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Not all changes are equal, in size, intensity, requirement and qualities. Several Authors presented a category of changes. This is an attempt to map them .

Mapping the three : Beck & Cowan, Bateson, Dilts

Beck & Cowan Bateson Bateson Dilts (change->impact)
2 nd order Revolution ( new paradigm « created ») deep change Learning 3 beliefs/values -> identity (needs)
2nd order Evolution, Strech up challenging mindsets Learning 2 capabilities -> beliefs/values
1 st order change, within the existing paradigm learning how to do things, or acquiring flat knowledge Learning 1 behaviour -> capabilities
no dissonance, no change nothing is learned Learning 0 environment

Enlarged Mapping : including Fauvet, the Ecocyle, Watzlawick, Taesch-Creation

Beck & Cowan Beck & Cowan Bateson Fauvet Ecocycle Watzlawick Taesch – Creation Taesch- Organisational Dilts (change->impact)
2 nd order Revolution deep change Learning 3 revolution Exploration different creation Transformation – Model identity (needs)
2nd order Evolution, Strech up challenging mindsets Learning 2 renovation Release- Exploration different innovation Transformation – method beliefs/values
1 st order change upgrade ( the means/ressources) Learning 1 Development- growth more of the same amelioration project – new tool capabilities
1 st order change reform ( the process) Learning 1 reform Development- growth more of the same amelioration program – reorg capabilities
1 st order change fine Tune Learning 1 reglage Maturity more of the same optimisation quality capabilities
no dissonance, no change nothing is learned Learning 0 production environment

Sources :

Bateson- SD

Keith Rice- EN Keith Rice- FR

Bateson-SD

Bateson – Dilts

Dilts:FR Dilts:EN
Dilts levels and  bateson, by Dilts :FR
Dilts levels and  bateson, by Dilts :EN

Tags:

#dilts, #bateson, #SD, #change, #transformation, #scale

References:

[@fauvet_socio-dynamique_1992]: Fauvet, Jean-Christian. 1992. La socio-dynamique du changement. Paris: Editions d’Organisation.
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[@watzlawick_changements_2006]: Watzlawick, de P, J Weakland, and R Fisch. 2006. “Changements, Paradoxes et Psychothérapie,” 23.
[@taesch_ecocycle_2018]: Taesch, Luc. 2018. “Ecocycle.” Serendipity. June 1, 2018. https://www.taesch.com/references-cards/ecocycle.
[@rice_process_2016]: rice, Keith. 2016. “The Process of Change – Keith E Rice’s Integrated SocioPsychology Blog & Pages.” 2016. http://www.integratedsociopsychology.net/articles/the-process-of-change/.

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