A. Stage-7: Development of Implementation Strategies
In this stage, the searching is packaged within a coherent overall and the changes are introduced within the system. Fundamentally, three basic implementation strategies, viz. parallel running, pilot studies, and big bang are used.
B. Stage-8: Consolidation
Because old practices do not die simply, problem owners required to nurture the growth of new practices. Implementation is not the end of the procedure; lessons learnt must be openly discussed & communicated. Change agents must encourage employees to accept the new developments in an organisation.
At last, the environmental development feedback loop, linking the last outcome along with that of the 'initial situation' denotes in which the change cycle is never finished. Dynamic environmental factors over a period of time will again necessitate additional modified, and so the procedure will commence again.