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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Cost-Benefit Analysis of Change Management

Ensure that change management is viewed as a "must have" and not a "nice to have" on your projects. This cost-benefit analysis for investing in change management includes five perspectives on the benefits of applying change management.

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Change Management ROI - Connecting People to Projects

Our change management process consists of three phases: Preparing for Change, Managing Change, and Reinforcing Change. Following the steps in each of these phases will help you transition from your current state to your future state.

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Change Management ROI Calculation Guide

The ROI of change management is the additional value created by a project due to employee adoption and usage. Learn the formula and follow these examples to see how you can find your own CMROI.

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Create a Business Case for Change Management

The business case is a powerful vehicle for presenting the rationale and approach for change management because it helps address some of the most common objections or challenges to change management.

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Three Benefits of a Business Case for Change Management

Have you ever thought about telling the story of change management in a business case? The business case can go a long way in building support and buy-in.

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