Change is really the only thing you can depend on – change in technology, in process, in leadership, in strategy, in priorities. Shifting behavior in support of those changes is easier said than done. Check out what questions I suggest you ask yourself and your stakeholders to help incite behavior change.
There are many different ways to measure the success of a project, and as it turns out, some are a bit easier to manage than others. You will definitely look more credible if you come to the table talking about measurement, so ask yourself these questions to help create an effective measurement plan.
One of the main premises of change management is the idea that people like to have control over their own situations. When implementing large-scale projects, change targets have a perceived (or real) loss of control. Here are some tips on how to manage change effectively so that targets adopt the change.
As you begin a project – after you work with your sponsor to develop the project charter – one of the next immediate steps is to identify your project stakeholders. Click to read more about how to create a stakeholder engagement plan.