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OCM Methodologies, Which is Best?

George Box, noted statistician, states “essentially, all models are wrong, but some are useful.” The same can be said of OCM methodologies. The OCM practice is full of models and methodologies including Kotter, Bridge, Roger’s, Kubler-Ross, Prosci. While these methodologies serve a purpose and help to define a systematic, repeatable process for supporting change, each is not without blind spots and can cause challenges if not used correctly. Here are considerations you need to keep in mind for each of the top five methodologies:

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