Repeatedly asking yourself and your team these four questions might change the direction of your organization and stop wasting time.
Posts Tagged: Change Management
Charters will create a foundation for success in a variety of ways. The following elements ensure that the project has a solid foundation from which to grow.
As ‘Govies’ we’ve all lived through it. The dreaded organizational restructure. Change is painful, but organizational restructures can create a whole new kind of ‘pain’. The unknowns, the rumors, the impacts, and the stress are sometimes off the charts. Having been intimately involved on multiple restructuring efforts, I hope that some of these insights canRead… Read more »
We know change is constant. We are all impacted by changes every day. So, how can we switch the paradigm and instead of allowing change to have negative consequences, use change to have positive outcomes?
A community of practice is where we go to continuously improve. It is where we can make our products and services even better than they were before for all of our customers.
In order to deliver more successful projects and realize the benefits of those projects, the alignment of process improvement, project management and change management is needed.
People intrinsically understand that good sponsorship is vital for a project to succeed. But, more often than not, it becomes a significant barrier to delivering a successful project and realizing the planned benefits of that project.
Don’t fall victim to the misconception that communications plans are change management. Communication plans are NOT change management. Communication plans are a PART of change management.
Here are some techniques to make change an exciting opportunity – not another task to be managed.
To truly understand how to move forward with organizational change, we must first understand organizational culture.