Yes! Re-imagining change means preparing for difficulties and challenges, and at the same time being creative and considered in how these are handled.
Yes! It highlights the value, and appeal, of multiple stories of change, not restricted to the Rational story. It uses this to highlight the imbalance that occurs as many individuals and organisations over-emphasise the Rational story and expect change to unfold according to its particular plot.
Yes! The emphasis is on the importance of exercising influence given the difficulties of control and the ineffectiveness of overly ‘controlling’ strategies. It is also to prepare and remind us that knowledge will be uncertain and challenges will have to be faced.