Change Management

Change Management Team in a Change Management Planning Session

“The only thing that is constant is Change”, Heraklit of Epheus (about. 540 – 480 BC.). Change Management involves conception, planning, organization, implementation, control and stabilization of the change processes of an organization, with the aim to maximize the effectiveness and efficiency of the processes and to reach the widest possible acceptance by managers and employees. A change management plan
is an integral part of the change management process. It details activities carried out during various phases of a change management project, namely, Assess Change (What kind of change is taking place? Who will make it happen and how?), Work with Customers (How will you collaborate with customers, service providers and employees?), Plan Communication (Internal Organisation, Service Providers, and External Customers: Which communication channels should be used?), Prepare (Internal Organisation, Service Providers, and External Customers: How will you prepare customers/service providers for the new processes and requirements?), Monitor Feedback and Resolve Problems (Who should receive feedback and what will their problem-solving process be?), Report on Status (To whom is the status reported and how?), and Coordinate The Project Plan With The Change Management Plan (How will the above components be included in the overall change plan?

Our Change Management Plan Implementation Steps

  • Step 1: Identify Reasons for Change
  • Step 2: Define the Type and Scope of Change
  • Step 3: Outline Stakeholder Support
  • Step 4: Create a Team (responsible for communicating with all stakeholders)
  • Step 5: Develop an Approach
  • Step 6: Develop a Plan
  • Step 7: Create a Communication Plan
  • Step 8: Monitor Resistance
  • Step 9: Counter any Obstacles
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