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Organizational Change Management: Agile vs. Waterfall

by Bruce Garrod

Organizational change management helps ensure that changes are implemented smoothly and efficiently, and that they are aligned with the overall goals and objectives of the company. But how do you approach it differently in an agile versus waterfall environment?

3 Keys to Better Contract Management for Project Managers

by David Jones

Contract management is a key tool for project managers, helping to articulate the written baseline of a project. But why is it so often neglected? Three key aspects can help project managers better understand its importance.

Change Is Simple. Why Do We Keep Making It Hard?

by Mark Mullaly, Ph.D., PMP

You would think we'd be pretty good at the whole change thing by now. Sadly, we really aren’t. In reality, change most often gets managed very badly, to the extent that it gets managed at all. Find out why - and what we can do to improve it.

How to Become a Changemaker...and Create Them for Your Project

by Bruce Harpham

Building your credibility as a changemaker is the start of your journey, not the end. It’s also essential to inspire change in your project team and beyond. Here are some tips to help you and your team embrace change.

Can You Say ‘No’ to Changes Anymore?

by Andy Jordan

In today’s continuously evolving work environment, change is a way of life for project managers and teams. But does that mean that all changes have to be accepted?

Emotions vs. Logic: How to Win the Battle for Buy-In to Change

by Michael Wood

Like it or not, getting people to buy in to change is more about their emotions than logic. As changemakers, we need to understand the emotional states—and the drivers of those states—in order to craft a winning strategy.

3 Simple Steps for Better Change Management

by Steven Mitchell

Change doesn't feel like change when everyone is on board from the beginning and agrees that it's necessary. But that is never easy. Let's make our own simple step-by-step guide that begins with the missing puzzle piece.

Why You Need a Change Manager

by Stephanie Jaeger, PMP, BBA, PMO

Every organization flirts with the very real danger of change fatigue. where people develop apathy to all of the disruption. The solution? Having a separate change manager for a process run as a complementary but separate project.

4 Models For Shaping Your Organizational Change Strategy

by Michael Wood

When it comes to organizational change management, a one-size-fits-all approach doesn't work. Here we look at four common situations companies find themselves in—and how that drives the necessary tactics to achieve success.


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