As we seek to understand change-related overload, we’ve talked about *why* change is demanding, and we’ve talked about the sources of change demand. The next piece of the puzzle has to do with the magnitude of demand. Each change we encounter brings a different amount of disruption.
Organizational change theorists talk about different levels of change:
Incremental changes are those that represent relatively small adjustments to the previous way of operating. Often these changes are the result of [Read more…]