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Infographic: When to use the Tools of Cooperation

Getting the diagnosis right has profound implications for how to roll out any proposed change.

Disagree on both goals and how to achieve them?

Use Power Tools: The only tools that will elicit cooperation toward a new course.

Agree on goals but disagree on how to achieve them?

Use Leadership Tools: These are focused on results/goals, as opposed to process/plan.

Disagree on goals but agree on how to achieve them?

Use Management Tools: These are coordinative and process-oriented in nature.

Agree on both goals and how to achieve them?

Use Culture Tools: People instinctively prioritize similar options. Yet, these only preserve the status quo and don’t cause change.

Learn more: www.christenseninstitute.org/theory/tools-of-cooperation

Infographic titled When to use the Tools of Cooperation