CM Strategy: Recommendations for Intervention and Adoption Strategies

Prepare a 5-8 page recommendation for intervention and adoption strategies, including metrics to track adoption.

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Systems thinking points out cycles of cause and effect. A paradox with systems thinking is that it is frequently counterintuitive. An example is the more you strive, the more you undermine your chances. Learning teams can use systems thinking as a problem-solving tool, but it has the most effect on how teams think about complex issues. It is important for you to become familiar with causal loop diagram archetypes, which allow us to talk about the interrelationship and feedback process and help diagnose systems that produce growth, decline, or equilibrium. By learning about systems thinking, teams can align their common understanding and collaborate to establish strategies for their business dilemmas.


The purpose of this assessment is to make recommendations for your client organization on its change management strategy. Your recommendation should include intervention strategies, an explanation of how to reinforce the change, and the metrics that will be used to track adoption. Remember that your CM Strategy: Recommendations for Intervention and Adoption Strategies should be complete and comprehensive so that after you leave, the client organization would know how to execute the strategy.


Review your previous assessments and the resources you have explored to help you make recommendations for your client organization. Your recommendations should result from collaboration and output from working with your client. Make sure you have solicited their input and feedback and incorporated them in your final recommendations.


Prepare a report that addresses the items below. Make sure you support your writing using information from your readings and research.

  • Recommend intervention strategies that align with the findings and stakeholder analysis.
    • Include intervention strategies that connect with the themes and issues from the discovery findings.
    • Explain how and why the intervention strategies will support the change. Include relevant information from your readings and research to show that the intervention is appropriate for managing the change.
  • Recommend reinforcement strategies to support adoption and behavior change.
    • Reinforcement strategies to support the adoption should be aligned with the interventions and the desired new behavior.
    • Explain how the reinforcement strategies are the appropriate ones to support the change.
  • Recommend metrics to track the adoption of the change.
    • Identify metrics that will indicate whether the intervention strategies are working or not. For example, if your project was about implementing a diversity and inclusion program, a metric could be the number of employees attending “Lunch and Learn” events, or the number of people completing a diversity and inclusion online learning course.
    • Explain how you would collect the data to gain insight into the adoption of the desired behavior change.
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