Lewin’s model of change
In the 1940s, Lewin proposed a Change Management Model that was perhaps, the first and most famous early analysis of how organizations adapt and deal with change.
His model proposed three main stages to move an organization from its current state to a desired future state: “Unfreeze – Change – Refreeze”
- Unfreeze – Creating a sense a change is needed
- Change – Moving towards a new and desired behavior
- Refreeze – Setting this behavior as the new normal