Best Practices in Change Management – 2016 Edition

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The most recent publishing of Prosci’s benchmarking research in change management, the 2016 edition of Best Practices in Change Management compiles the experience and lessons learned from thousands of project and change leaders. 

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The most recent publishing of Prosci’s benchmarking research in change management, the 2016 edition of Best Practices in Change Management compiles the experience and lessons learned from thousands of project and change leaders. Increase your effectiveness by leveraging these lessons learned, common success factors, and mistakes to avoid when implementing change management. Benchmark your organization’s approach against best practices, add rigor to your practice and achieve more consistent outcomes.

As the largest body of research in the field of change management, the Best Practices in Change Management – 2016 Edition report culminates two decades of research and insights from over 4,520 participants from 56 countries. With over 350 pages, and 275 tables and figures, this comprehensive report covers a broad range of change topics including:

  • Greatest contributors to success and common obstacles
  • Change management methodology, job roles, structure, resources and budget
  • Assessing change readiness and change management effectiveness
  • Integrating project management and change management
  • Common change management practice areas: sponsorship, manager engagement,
  • communications, training, resistance management, and reinforcement
  • Advanced application of change management to complex and unique changes
  • Change saturation and portfolio management
  • Building enterprise change capability
  • Adapting change management for cultural considerations
  • Challenges and adaptations for vertical industries

 

 

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Table of Contents:

  • PART ONE: Current State of Change Management
    • Chapter 1: Insights
    • Chapter 2: Trends
    • Chapter 3: Organizational Change Capability

  • PART TWO: Change Management Application
    • Chapter 4: Motivation and Justification
    • Chapter 5: Effectiveness and Measurement
    • Chapter 6: Methodology
    • Chapter 7: Change Management Budget, Resources and Team Structure
    • Chapter 8: Change Management Activities
    • Chapter 9: Project Management and Change Management Integration

  • PART THREE: Roles in Change Management
    • Chapter 10: Sponsorship
    • Chapter 11: Managers and Supervisors
    • Chapter 12: Change Agent Network
    • Chapter 13: Consultants               
    • Chapter 14: Complementary Roles

  • PART FOUR: Adapting and Aligning Change Management
    • Chapter 15: Culture and Change Management
    • Chapter 16: Customizing Change Management by Industry
    • Chapter 17: Aligning Change Management with Specific Approaches
    • Chapter 18: Managing Complex Changes
    • Chapter 19: Change Saturation and Portfolio Management