In this topic a model is proposed which helps you in keeping an overview of the levels of change. The logical levels of Dilts – Bateson teach us that a change is only effective (read impactful) when it is woven into all layers and all processes of the organization.
Research shows that:
When we talk about impact-driven work, this means that this ambition must be supported by the mission and vision and translated to the level of concrete behavior. This is visualized by the white arrow in the adjacent drawing. It indicates that the mission is translated into effects in the environment. However, this does not mean that the change has to happen top-down. On the contrary. Change in complex affairs happens by everyone, bottom-up, top-down and laterally. Generating impact is a responsibility of every employee.