CM is incorporating the framework of Why, How, and What in the system building work that we continue to support at the state level and at the local level. Read about some of our projects that use the framework.Learn more »
The ORID (Objective, Reflective, Interpretive, Decisional) method is a form of a structured conversation led by a facilitator. It is a method that was developed by the Institute for Cultural Affairs. This tool allows the group having the discussion to clearly identify the relevant facts, perceptions surrounding these facts, analyze the facts and feelings and interpret implications and then to make decisions.Learn more »
We live in a world of increasing complexity, dynamic change and decreasing resources. Our organizations, systems, and communities have to do more with less and are more dependent on each other. In order to address these complex issues and constantly evolve, an innovative and collective approach to change is required.
At Change Matrix, we have divided the change process into three distinct parts to organize our work – Motivating Change, Managing Change, and Measuring Change. We offer specific services to address clients’ needs around motivating, managing, and measuring change within their communities, organizations, and/or systems.Learn more »