Describe the fundamental elements of a model for change, such as steps involved in the process, approach in mobilizing the change process, and what is needed to sustain the results.
The rise in technology advancements and use of evidence based practice within health care has triggered the need to constantly change in order to adapt to new ways of doing things. It is of high necessity that all stakeholders embrace and support these changes to achieve optimal results. Nurses have been contemplated as the most resistant staff towards change within healthcare. They do not always want to move from their comfort zone to practice the advanced methodologies. As change is inevitable, various models have been developed to facilitate management of resistance to change. Mahmood, Idris, Samah and Omar, (2017) put forward that; the Lippit’s model is based on integrating external change agents into the change plan to produce the change as required. According to Cummings, Bridgman and Brown (2016), the steps involved in Lippit’s model include: firstly, problem diagnosis and analyzing which scrutinizes the change’s realization degree. Second step involves assessing the motivation and propensity for change in light of stakeholders and available resources. The next step entails assessment of resources and change agent’s motivation and commitment to change, power and stamina. The fourth step involves….Please click the Paypal icon below to purchase full solution for only $5