Are You doing the Right Things? Initial Stages of Individuals Change Management: Identify, Acknowledge and Make a Courageous Move Framework
In sports, too little attention has been paid concerning why changes are important for personal development and who exactly should notice when a change in personal activities would be needed. People themselves do not necessarily recognize that their efforts and goals are not in good sync. When this happens, they make changes to their routines, when things go badly wrong, but at the same time they can be blind for their inefficient ways of working. Authors have created a framework to ease the issue to identify a need for change to achieve sports goals. The study concentrated on the forefront of change management: identifying and acknowledging the need(s) for change, particularly in the early stages of an individual’s change needs detection phase. As a result, we propose the Identify, Recognize, and Make a Bold Move framework. These stages can be used to elicit appropriate changes. The study’s value lies in its comprehensive and in-depth examination of the early stages of sport training-related change management.
Industrial Engineering and Management, School of Engineering Science, LUT University, 53850 Lappeenranta, Finland.
Software Engineering, School of Engineering Science, LUT University, 53850 Lappeenranta, Finland
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