By a longitudinal study of a construction company, this research tries to uncover overall change management processes in such organizations and discuss advantages and considerations for applying improvement approaches. Review of different Maturity Models’ elements along with findings of the case study demonstrate that Maturity Models provide organizations with systematic approaches for identifying and implementing changes and increases the effectiveness of improvement actions. However, it is shown that general considerations and challenges of change management practices are needed to be addressed for ensuring the effectiveness of Maturity Models
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This Webinar provides an Introduction to Organizational Change Management (OCM) for Project Managers, with a focus on Communications and Stakeholder Management.
A review of Organizational Change Management (OCM) for Project Managers with a focus on stakeholder and resistance management. This webinar will provide an overview of key activities for both areas, including managing stakeholder power and influence, developing action plans, and managing changes. The presenter reviews typical misconceptions of resistance on projects and provides methods to manage them proactively.
Using a case study as an example, this webinar will relate the practices outlined in PMI Practice Guide for Managing Change in Organizations to the disciplines of Portfolio, Program, and Project Management, and how the managers in these roles can contribute to the success (or failure) of organizational change initiatives.
While corporate culture plays a significant rolein the success of any corporation, governance and “governmentality” not onlydetermine how business should be conducted, but also define the policies andprocedures organizations follow to achieve business functions and goals. Intheir book, Organizational Enablers for Project Governance, Ralf Müller,Jingting Shao, and Sofia Pemsel examine the interaction of governance andgovernmentality in various types of companies and demonstrate how these factorsdrive business success and influence project work, efficiency, andprofitability.
Topics: • OVERVIEW OF OPM3 • PROJECT QUEUEING PROBLEM • PHASE GATE PROJECT MANAGEMENT • SUMMARY Participants will understand the problems, and the theory behind the problems, that inhibit Organizational Project Management Excellence.Participants will understand what structures need to be in place to mitigate Organizational Project Management Execution problems. Participants will understand how an organization can build the structures necessary to Promote and support Organizational Project Management Excellence.
This webinar will discuss Organizational Project management through: • Successful Project – Are you sure? • Success Project Management • Organizational Project Management • Organizational Project Management Maturity
During this presentation, we plan to give some examples of this type of situation. And, we will highlight how an organization can increase their OPM Maturity and allow the PMO to be more constructive to the entire organization. We will show that Project Management Quality and Organizational Project Management Maturity go together
Organizational Maturity is a state of dynamic competence achieved with organizational systems & leadership put together to advance & serve the business purpose, satisfy the need & expectation of stakeholders and chart the path to strategic goals successfully, consistently, reliably and predictably. It is a continuous process of dynamism to withstand the emerging environmental demands.
In this webinar we’ll discuss organizational resilience, tipping point leading indicators, and mitigation strategies. The objective is for you to be able to identify the signs of diminishing resilience, and how to turn the tide before it derails your project.