Lewin’s Three-Stage Model of Change is one of the oldest and best known models of change in the organization (or in any social arrangement that includes a social group).
The author of the model is an American social psychologist Kurt Lewin. According to him, the change should take place in three stages:
- Unfreezing - existing rules, practices and ways of thinking are unfrozen (loosened)
- Change - the proposed change occurs, confusion and uncertainty may be its parts
- Freezing - new rules, practices and ways of thinking are frozen (fixed)
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