This post continues the discussion of how to lead an organization to adopt course websites. In our first post of this series we analyzed the six sources of influence to determine how we could manipulate personal and social needs to influence others to adopt change (Grenny 2013). In this post, we apply the 4 Disciplines of Execution (4DX) to implement the adoption of course websites. The 4DX model is a proven model for implementing change. While the six sources of influence identifies components of an organization that affect change, the 4DX model follows simple steps to reach organizational goals; it is the implementation process of change. In this post I share the 4DX model and apply it to our goal of implementing course websites. Click the image below to view the presentation and learn how to use the 4DX model to implement course websites.

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Sources:

McChesney, C., Covey, S., & Huling, J. (2012). The 4 disciplines of execution: Achieving your wildly important goals.

Grenny, J., Patterson, K., Maxfield, D., McMillan, R., & Switzler, A. (2013). Influencer: The new science of leading change: 2nd ed. New York: McGraw-Hill Education

Image Source:

Insigniam. (2017). Building corporate culture: employee accountability at the heart of execution. Found at http://quarterly.insigniam.com/corporate-culture/building-corporate-culture-employee-accountability-heart-execution/. Accessed 8/10/2017.

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