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The Change Management Institute publications represent benchmarks for excellence in the Change Management profession. These models and tools underpin the competencies and intellectual rigour of the Accreditation Program.

Competency Models

The Change Manager Competency Models have been developed by the Change Management Institute in consultation with practitioners and employers across the world. The Competency Models provide a strong focus on what change practitioners can and would be expected to do in their roles. Find out more about the Change Manger Competency Models here. Change Management Institute Members can access the full Competency Model document, if you're not a member yet you can access a preview of the Competency Models.

Change Management Body of Knowledge (CMBoK)

Informed by international research and peer review, the CMBoK represents one of the best resources for change practitioners and organisations seeking to improve their change management capability. Find out more about the CMBoK and how to purchase a hard copy or digital version here (member discount available). View a sample chapter of the CMBoK here.

Organisational Change Maturity Model (OCMM)

The Organisational Change Maturity Model has been developed by researching the capabilities required by organisations to become truly ‘change agile’. It explores the concept of change agility and assists in determining current and future change maturity of organisational change capability. Change Management Institute members can access the OCMM model here.

The Change Management Institute also publish reports and e-books from time to time.

Conference ebook

A summary of the 2015 Conference event "Change in the Age of Disruption" including live artist renderings of key speeches and themes and insights that emerged across the 2 days in Sydney and London.

Employment Study

The Change Management Institute's 2015 Employment Study discovers underlying themes in the employment markets for change professionals in Australia, NZ and the UK.

Annual Reading List for 2020

We asked a group of Change Management Institute members what they had read recently that they would recommend to others. The result has been used to create an insightful collection of books to see you through the year, with a suggested book for each month of 2020. For more reading ideas you may also like to take a look at our reading list from 2018.