Many things can derail a project, but nothing is as effective at derailing as poor communication. Here are three key issues caused by a lack of communication...
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A new guide identifies effective change management practices and how practitioners and organizations can apply them in the context of portfolio, program and project management. It is available as a free download for a limited time.
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How do you start proper change management in a company that has little or no documented and agreed-upon project management processes? These six tips can help.
Handing over an industrial plant from the contractor to the owner is an important process that should be thoroughly planned by both parties. But sometimes, the handover process becomes more complicated as it unfolds. Can change management help?
This article will outline guiding principles to follow to ensure an effective change management strategy is in place for your next project.
Change management should be straightforward and natural for the project manager. So why does it become a much-discussed topic in so many lessons-learned workshops? Where do we go wrong as project managers?
Change is always hard, but incremental change is much easier to work with than a shift in paradigm. Can you deal with a seismic change that affects everything and everyone in the project or organization?
The key contributor to project success will be the willingness of you and your organization to move the focus from the traditional three-legged stool to one that encompass both benefits realization and change management. This is a significant paradigm shift, but can pay huge dividends.
It's important to engage your stakeholders early on in the project process and work with them to understand their perspective. In this article, we will examine some of the key things to consider when making certain that your project engages and captures the perspectives of your stakeholders to ensure that project results are sustainable over the long term.