A mini case study – Part 3
Refer to Part 1 and Part 2 of this case study.
Breaking Down the Project into Mini Projects
Larger change initiatives – such as the one in this case study – are much more than simply one project. These larger initiatives must be broken down into a number […]
Often clients tell me that one of the major disappointments from their organizational initiatives is that behavior change doesn’t occur. As one client told me, “The employees just go back to the old way of working; even if the new way is so much better!”
Every change requires a change in the behavior of people. […]
Stakeholders will adopt change more easily if you do these five simple things to engage them in the change initiative:
Develop a detailed communication plan in the early stages. Ensure communications via a variety of channels and methods in order to engage the widest group of stakeholders. Developing a communication management plan early makes it […]
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 […]
Change savvy organizations recognize that change is a natural part of the organization and that it must be managed. They understand that change management is a competency and ensure that individual contributors up to the leadership team have that competency in order for change to be successful. They also understand that change is difficult – […]