Then, finally, where is your own role going now? When and how do you stop working with this client and move on to others?
6.1 Repeating the Cycle
6.2 Improving the Process
6.3 Keeping It Fresh
6.4 Creating a Self-renewal Capacity
6.5 Passing on the Process
6.6 Transforming the System I: from Item Change to System Change
6.7 Transforming the System II: What Is “Better”?
The process of change is ongoing. It does not end discretely with a single project or a single cycle of activity such as we have outlined in the preceding stages. In this final chapter, the planned change cycle is inserted in the larger context of an on-going change strategy, both for the change agent and for the client system. At the most basic level, there is the possibility of repeating the process, recycling through these same stages with another selected concern or perhaps the same concern now seen in a different light. But now things should be different: the agent, the users, and the client system as a whole should be a little wiser, having come to understand something more of what the change process is all about. What can be done now to codify and internalize this learning so that change can become a continuing thing, a process that is thoroughly internal to the system as a whole? This is what is meant by "RENEWAL here.
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