Project Management

CANCELED: What to Emphasize for a Successful Change Management Project

May 17, 2022 2:00 PM EDT (UTC-4)

Platform: Zoom
Capacity: 3000
Duration: 60 min
Presenters: George Armstrong, David Davis

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There is a corollary that states:  Project Management develops a product to benefit the capabilities of an organization.  Change Management prepares the organization to realize the benefits of the product capability. This presentation is going to look at that corollary and focus on what components and tools, in a project emphasize the success factors of a projects overall.  We will focus on a combination of tools to support the project, activities to identify success factors, and overall Mindset required to make a Change Management Successful.  While most of the technical components are the same, where Agile or Predictive, the purpose and objective may different.  We will look at components of the roadmap from current state to future state and discuss excellence in results.  For example the Change Project might emphasize training requirements and a multi phased approach that looks at raising awareness and delivering knowledge. The status reporting for adoption may vary to show different types of results, and clearly the mindset of adoption is paramount for the Definition of Done.  So join this webinar to look at a project through the Change Management Lens and understand how to emphasize that capability on the over success.

Learning Objectives:

  1. You will be able articulate the Change Management centric components of a project and incorporate their importance into the overall project plan.
  2. You will understand the Change Management Mindset in a project and be able to influence sponsor involvement in the entire project life cycle.
  3. You will be able to define a project/program roadmap that incorporates components of the product and components of the adoption into one comprehensive view.


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