Why Change Management

There is a common denominator for achieving the intended outcomes of your initiative: people. Your initiatives impact how individual people do their work: their processes, job roles, workflows, reporting structures, behaviors and even their identity within the organization.

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What is Change Management?

Change management is the discipline that guides how we prepare, equip and support individuals to successfully adopt change in order to drive organizational success and outcomes. Learn about Prosci's change management methodology for individual and organizational change.

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Best Practices in Change Management

Read the top best practices of change management, as reported to Prosci by over 6,000 change practitioners over the past twenty years.

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Five Levers of Change Management

Successful change management requires more than communication and training. Change management is most effective when used as a holistic set of five plans aimed at supporting individuals through change.

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7 Change Concepts

Understand why Prosci's change management process works and how it will interact with the reality of change at your organization.

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The Prosci ADKAR Model: Why it Works

Based on the experience of thousands of practitioners, ADKAR seems to be so easily and readily applicable because it is easy to learn, creates a new lense for viewing change, drives action, and addresses how change happens one person at a time.

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What is Change Management and How Does it Work?

Change management is both a process and a competency. Effective change management follows a structured process and uses a holistic set of tools to drive successful individual and organizational change.

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Definition of Change Management

Project level change management ensures a project achieves its intended results by supporting individual transitions. It provides the specific strategies, plans and actions that focus on impacted employees and works in alignment with project deployment.

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The History and Future of Change Management

Change management has evolved from foundational understandings to a recognized discipline. Our research and experience suggest that in the coming years it will advance in three major areas.

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Change Management at the Project Level

Project level change management ensures a project achieves its intended results by supporting individual transitions. It provides the specific strategies, plans and actions that focus on impacted employees and works in alignment with project deployment.

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Prosci Change Management Methodology

Prosci's methodology consists of several models, processes, assessments and tools which work together to provide a holistic, easy-to-use framework for managing change based on more than twenty years of industry research and experience.

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Change Manager's Role as an Enabler

While much of a change management practitioner’s job revolves around applying a methodology, the change management resource or team also has a significant role as an enabler of the other roles in change management.

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Organizational Change Management Checklist

These 10 questions, which serve as an organizational change management planning checklist, will help guide your change management initiative.

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Change Management Job Description

Use this sample change management job description as a starting point to create your own posting for a change manager or as a guide as you begin your change management career. The sample includes: position description, responsibilities and qualifications.

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Individual and Organizational Change Integration

Effective change management requires two components: an individual change management model that describes how a single person makes a change and an organizational change management process that describes the process and tools practitioners use.

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