Sponsor Checklist for Change Management

Use this 10-point checklist to make sure you are effectively engaging executive sponsors when applying change management on a project. Learn more.

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Communication Checklist for Achieving Change Management

Use the communication checklist as an audit tool to see if you are utilizing best practices in your current and future organizational communication plans.

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Metrics for Measuring Change Management

Measuring the people side of change is expected and even required in many organizations. Forty percent of Prosci research participants say they must report on change management effectiveness for their projects.

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Why You Need A Change Management Strategy

Developing a change management strategy provides direction and purpose for all other change management activities. By outlining the unique characteristics, risks and desired outcomes, change practitioners set themselves up for success.

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Executive Sponsor's Importance and Role

Active and visible executive sponsorship is a top contributing factor to successful changes. Senior leaders provide the authority and credibility necessary for successful change, and people turn to them to learn why change is necessary.

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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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Managing Resistance to Change Overview

The question is not if we will encounter resistance to change, but rather how we support our employees through the change process and manage resistance to minimize the impact on employees and the organization.

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5 Tips for Managing Resistance to Change

Through our Best Practices in Change Management research studies, we've surveyed thousands of change practitioners on the topic of managing resistance. We distilled their data and feedback into five tips for managing resistance to change.

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Employee Roles In Initiating Successful Change Management

From the highest levels of leadership to frontline supervisors, managing change well relies on a coordination of people all moving in unison and fulfilling unique roles. We've identified five key roles and how they can impact change management.

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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 Management Process

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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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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Assess Your Project's Potential with the Project Change Triangle

Evaluate how well your projects are performing based on 30 questions utilizing the 3 Project Change Triangle dimensions that are critical to change projects.

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Improve Project Performance by Using the PCT

Learn how the PCT Model and PCT Analyzer provide a simple but powerful approach to evaluating project health in order to improve project performance.

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The Three Corners of the Project Change Triangle

The Prosci PCT™ Model demonstrates the three elements every project needs to be successful: leadership/sponsorship, project management and change management. All three corners are connected, interacting with each other to achieve the ideal project outcomes.

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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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Project Change Triangle Model (PCT) Overview

Prosci's PCT Model has helped countless project teams and change management professionals become more effective by understanding and improving performance in each corner of the triangle.

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