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Change HEADWAY: Verbal Hand Grenades: Words and Their Impact on Change

by Marguerite LeBlanc
November 16, 2010 | 54:42 | Views: 1,295 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 4.06 / 5

Even when speaking the same language, we all interpret words in our own way, with our own filters and supported by our personal or organizational context. We sometimes forget that others may define or react to the exact same word much differently than we do. In addition, organizations and areas within organizations may use and interpret the same word differently, depending on the context. As project managers, we don’t always understand the impact various contexts and these different interpretations can have on an organization’s ability to successfully implement change. As such we may find ourselves dodging verbal hand grenades – terms that can blow our organizational change projects right out of the water!

Change HEADWAY: What is Change Management?

by Craig Curran-Morton
November 18, 2008 | 60:22 | Views: 1,788 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 4.19 / 5

As a project manager, you will typically focus on bringing the project in on time, on budget and to the approved scope. Your focus is making sure you and your team are accomplishing what you have been tasked to do given the constraints in place. However, organizations are increasingly measuring project success not simply against the on time/one budget criteria, but also against how much and how well the product of a project is being used. One of the emerging disciplines that project managers can use to assist them and really integrate the project's product into the organization in a sustainable way is Change Management. Change Management is viewed more and more as critical to project and organizational success. In this Change HEADWAY webinar, we will be examining the change management process from a project manager's perspective to understand how change management can impact all aspects of your project.

Change HEADWAY: What is Change Management?

Nov 18, 2008 12:00 AM EST (UTC-5)
PREMIUM webinar

Change Management is viewed more and more as critical to project and organizational success. In this Change HEADWAY webinar, we will be examining the change management process from a project manager's perspective to understand how change management can impact all aspects of your project.

Change Intelligence Book Club Wrap Up Webinar

by Barbara Newman
May 08, 2014 | 60:47 | Views: 297 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 4.23 / 5

Summation of our discussions and key points with our author. All are welcome, please ensure you have read the book Change Intelligence

Change Intelligently® Lead Yourself and Your Team through the A.R.C.s of Change and Crisis

by Barbara Trautlein
August 05, 2020 | 66:29 | Views: 2,439 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 4.62 / 5

As our gut-wrenching experience with COVID-19 demonstrates and neuroscience validates, unexpected, unwanted, and undeserved change can plunge us into fear/threat mode, causing the good stuff that feeds our brain (oxygen, glucose) to rush past our necks so we can fight/flight/flee, robbing us of the cognitive capacity to think clearly and creatively. During the stress of change, when our IQ inevitably goes down, building our CQ® (Change Intelligence®), is like putting our own oxygen mask on first. We remember to breath, separate our knee-jerk, fear-based reaction from a more mindful response, and remember that we have options – and the more options we have, the more power we have.

Change Intelligently® Lead Yourself and Your Team through the A.R.C.s of Change and Crisis

Aug 5, 2020 2:00 PM EDT (UTC-4)
PREMIUM webinar

As our gut-wrenching experience with COVID-19 demonstrates and neuroscience validates, unexpected, unwanted, and undeserved change can plunge us into fear/threat mode, causing the good stuff that feeds our brain (oxygen, glucose) to rush past our necks so we can fight/flight/flee, robbing us of the cognitive capacity to think clearly and creatively. During the stress of change, when our IQ inevitably goes down, building our CQ® (Change Intelligence®), is like putting our own oxygen mask on first. We remember to breath, separate our knee-jerk, fear-based reaction from a more mindful response, and remember that we have options – and the more options we have, the more power we have. The Chinese symbol for Change consists of two characters – Crisis + Opportunity.  Join us to learn science- and experience-based ways that you can help yourself, your team, and the projects you manage leverage CQ® to lead through the A.R.C.s of change – regaining Autonomy, Relationship, and Certainty and emerging more Agile, Resilient, and Capable than before. 

Change it up!

by Lisa DiTullio
February 12, 2014 | 60:04 | Views: 240 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 4.12 / 5

This session guides participants through simple techniques to drive change with minimal disruption to achieve tangible results. This session guides participants through simple techniques to drive change with minimal disruption to achieve tangible results.

Change Log Template

PREMIUM deliverable
by Andy Jordan

In order to ensure that changes are managed correctly--and that the impact of those changes is fully assessed--it is important to maintain an accurate tracking log. This template provides a simple way of tracking each of the steps required to fully process a change into a project.

Change Log Template

PREMIUM deliverable
by Baria Abu Ghoush

Change management is one area of project management that will cause serious problems if not carefully managed. This change log template can be used by the project manager to log and track change requests throughout the life of the project.

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