Make sure your project team is ready to avoid conflict from mismanaged changes. Use this tactic to ensure that your project team knows what to do—and what not to do—before any change is requested or suggested.
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How do you know if the organization and individuals are ready for your project to go live? Use a change readiness assessment to check. Here’s how.
Projects are changing more than ever in today’s world. Have we reached a point where an organization needs to take a step back and reconsider just how much change is happening on projects? Or is this simply how projects are delivered these days?
For all of those who claim that we need to get better at change management, this expert has some bad news for you: You can’t actually manage organizational change. The solution? We need to think about change from the outside in.
Take advantage of the long months of 2020 to look at change management differently. There is a practice you can use to enhance all of your existing change management activities: habits! Here are six habits to encourage positive change in your projects and beyond.
One of the biggest barriers to effective modern change management is the insistence on top-down governance and oversight. Solving that is critical to project success.
Instead of change management, what if your team and your managers could manage for change? How different would your team, project and organization be if you optimized for change?
This article shares the challenges a PM experienced while managing the construction of a 5-star hotel on the Caribbean island of Grenada during the pandemic—and how he navigated through change management to stay on track.
There seems to be two camps when it comes to the subject of change management. The first camp is those who view change management from an organizational perspective. The other camp views change management through the lens of project management.
Did your change management plans work? Here are five ways to check that your engagement activities are landing as they should.