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Cause & Effect Diagram

by Joe Wynne

This method of diagramming allows the project manager to facilitate a group session in order to efficiently determine causes of a particular problem affecting the project. Once root causes are identified, appropriate actions toward resolution are more easily identified.

Change and Project Conflict


The forces that cause projects to change bring conflict in their wake. Here's how to handle it.

Change Control Form


Projects mean change, and change by its very nature can be threatening. Manage change intelligently with documented procedures and record keeping. This change tracking form should help.

Change Control Plan


The only constant in life (and projects) is change. This plan documents a change control procedure that can handle the messiest and most extensive of changes.

Change HEADWAY Change Readiness Document

by Interthink

This document provides a high-level Change Readiness Summary to be inserted to the Business Case. For smaller projects the Change Readiness Assessment may be more useful to relate this change to the other changes planned or underway in the area of the organization affected, contributing to the cumulative change picture. For large projects this represents a key element where absolute clarity is required at the senior decision-making level prior to embarking upon detailed planning of the change.

Change Investigation and Implementation Order


This document is not just a simple change request, but also serves as a quick-and-dirty change control plan. It will help make sure that the proposed change still keeps the project within scope, doesn't break the bank or cause other unforeseen effects.

Change Leadership Planner

by Joe Wynne

Projects involving a significant operational change have a greater need for leadership, but no greater number of opportunities. Identify these limited opportunities and plan to use them to the fullest.

Change Leadership Review


Do your change initiatives create high levels of uncertainty, frustration and wasted effort? Is the human side of change valued through coaching, communication and recognition? This review template can help executives, project/program managers and implementation teams evaluate the effectiveness of change leadership in their organization.


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