Nearly every project requires a change component to it. It doesn’t matter the size or complexity of the project; although the size and complexity drives how large a change component that is necessary.
If we remember that most all projects require some change – whether it is a process needed to complete a task or […]
An example of a team moving through the four stages – Part 3: A Team Working Well Together
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Stage 3: Norming and Stage 4: Performing
Let’s skip to about 2 months into the initiative. The Stakeholder Support Committee was doing well working together. They had […]
An example of a team moving through the four stages – Part 2: Storming
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Stage 2: Storming
Prior to the second meeting of the Committee, I reviewed the postings on the SharePoint® site. While overall the conversations were professional, in a few cases, committee members seemed to shoot […]
An example of a team moving through the four stages – Part 1: Forming
In a previous article we discussed the four stages of team development as well as provided an example of a team moving through the stages. You can read Part 1 and Part 2 of that article here and dive more in […]
Technology projects can be difficult to implement within an organization. They require significant change management work as well as regular and consistent communications to stakeholders to keep them engaged. Unfortunately, technology projects are staff minimally (as are many other projects frankly) and with individuals with technical expertise but limited expertise, if any at all, expertise […]