Source: (2006) Paper from “The Next Step: Developing Restorative Communities, Part 2,” the IIRPâ€™s 8th International Conference on Conferencing, Circles and other Restorative Practices, October 18-20, 2006, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, USA.
This paper is designed to assist change agents at a District and Regional support level;
system decision makers; and external consultants apply change management theory in the
educational context to assist with the implementation of restorative practices. An
understanding of effective change management theories is essential to better understand
the scope of the change process and to more effectively manage implementation planning. (excerpt)
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