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Stages of Transition

Stages of Transition

Three stages of transition are:

  1. Ending – the end of the old process, the old way, or the old circumstances
  2. Neutral – in-between time after the end of old era and before you start a new process, including the confusion, the chaos, the negative words, doubts and discomfort
  3. Beginning – the start of the new process, the new way, or the new circumstances

Transition is personal, therefore each person may have different phase. Even people may have themselves in two phases at the same time, i.e., start to use new tools at work while working with same process that being reviewed by Change Management team.


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What is transition, how to manage it and why it is important. William Bridges shared the idea in his book very clearly and in a very easy way to understand.

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