Kurt Lewin and unfreezing change as three steps

On Twitter, @antlerboy referenced a conversation last week "Unfreezing change as three steps - superb video giving chapter and verse (and page citations) on how Kurt Lewin never said change is unfreeze-change-refreeze ", https://twitter.com/antlerboy/status/1125328812940521472

While Lewin is the cited as the original source, there was an expanding Organization Development movement after his passing, particularly at the Tavistock Institute for Human Relations (of which Harold Bridger was a part). Searching on “bridger unfreeze freeze” surfaced …
Highhouse, Scott. “A history of the T-group and its early applications in management development.” Group Dynamics: Theory, Research, and Practice 6, no. 4 (2002): 277, http://doi.org/10.1037//1089-2699.6.4.277 , alternative search at https://scholar.google.com/scholar?cluster=913069231771541392

There is an obituary for Harold Bridger “Applying psychoanalytic principles beyond the clinic” | Mark Stein | July 12, 2005 | The Guardian at https://www.theguardian.com/science/2005/jul/12/highereducation.guardianobituaries

:speech_balloon: Reposted from https://chat.diglife.coop/openlearning/channels/systems-thinking on a thread around May 6, 2019

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