- Large scale changes involving diverse populations on a national or regional basis
- Large scale change involving an homogeneous group (e.g. peer group such as theatre nurses)
- Changes brought about by technology, science or art (e.g. a whole generation has been influenced by Harry Potter)
- Changes within formal settings (I think of bounded organisations here).
- Small gatherings and the more intimate shifts in perspective (e.g. group of friends who decide to change their exercise habits and support each each)
- Changing one's own mind (which, of course, we never admit is probably the most difficult!)
Wednesday, 19 October 2011
6 different types of change by scale - 2: Changing Minds
Large Scale Change means different things to different people. In his book, Gardner suggests six different types of scale. I found these different levels useful in thinking through the strategies I might use to effect proposed changes.