Dynamic Stability is a systemic, innovative, and surprising approach to change management, based on leveraging emotions and neurobiological factors to accelerate flow and secure change projects within organizations.

Change is inevitable and has always been part of living beings and organizations' essence. What is different and crucial today is the speed and acceleration of the changes we are experiencing.

The prevailing logic is that one should establish a sense of urgency to destabilize people and systems, believing that this will make change more successful.

In reality, what is clear is that the more we create instability and hasten implementation, the more we create conditions for stress and therefore resistance. Such conditions lead to a vicious circle and an incomplete and suboptimal implementation, thus to sub-effectiveness of the entire change process.

As a consequence, the acceleration of exogenous change causes more urgency and therefore a reinforcement of this vicious circle. While apparently everything changes, in the end nothing really does, the situation gets even worse.

How can we do differently? Using our approach of Dynamic Stability, based on Watzlawick's systemic logic: if we want to introduce real sustainable dynamism in a system, we must first preserve its stability conditions. So let us discover the 4 Elements of Dynamic Stability:

Mobilizing Energies towards Change
​Process Framing
Fostering Initiatives and Mastering Risk
Creating Meaningful Solutions