Dr Michelle Austin, Senior Manager I recently had the privilege of addressing the future of change management at Convergence Globalization and constant innovation of technology result in a constantly evolving business environment. Phenomena such as social media and mobile adaptability have revolutionized business and the effect of this is an ever increasing need for more and more change, and therefore change management1. So what does this mean for the future of change management as a discipline and a profession?
Over companies have benefitted from our approach. We focus on gaining the acceptance required to achieve the desired outcome. Sustain The Gains Change is required to stay competitive.
But it also means fast paced. Learn how using the Managed Change Methodology to lead your organization from your current state to your desired state can mean the difference between surviving and thriving.
Focusing on the people side of change accurately identifies and reduces employee resistance while leveraging the support of change agents and boosters in the organization to create project momentum. Change is constant, so we help you develop a plan to manage change as it emerges in the future.
The atmosphere in the workshop is collaborative and social. The trainers have real life experience and are approachable. They also know just the right tools that could help you with a project or a problem you might be struggling with.
The resources provided will have immediate impact to our daily work practices. The materials and discussion could be applied regardless of industry.
The workshop was interactive, thought-provoking and enjoyable. Specific take-aways include reinforcement of the importance of setting expectations with and raising risks that may impact people readiness to sponsors.
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In those cases, none of the critical milestones, events or tasks needed to support Acceptance (A) were included in the project plan or measured in any way.
This is fundamentally the same as openly stating that those involved in the project believed that the solution was so good that everyone would accept everything about it at %. Results equal the quality of the solution X the acceptance of the solution.
To drive a change effort you need to understand that acceptance is 80% of your success. We focus on gaining the acceptance required to achieve the desired outcome.
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