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We are interested in building a better resource. The change management frameworks that we currently recommend are not exhaustive but seem most useful for navigating interpersonal dynamics found when online education instigates change. There are multiple ways to contribute to this field guide and improve it as a resource for online leaders (at all levels).

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We developed the following matrix to account for how the relevance of change management models will vary depending on the relationships between change agents and those who they are trying to engage. We invite those who are interested to comment and provide feedback in the Google Sheet below:


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Change: An Online Leadership Field Guide by Elizabeth Barrie, Jonathan Lashley, Fezile Mlungu, and Heather Zeng is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License, except where otherwise noted.

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