Scott Anderson Tim Creasey
Project managers face increasing pressure to deliver strong results on time, under budget and fully scoped. Yet, each aspect of this “triple constraint” has unique challenges. In this focused webinar, we'll explore and apply the best practices in organizational change management that have been proven to increase your effectiveness as a project manager. Whether you discover a fresh approach to engaging with your sponsor about scope or a communications approach that gets your project updates opened and read, this session will equip you with easy-to-use tools to add value to your projects immediately.
Level: Beginner to Intermediate
Who’s this for: Project/Program managers, project teams, and anyone responsible for delivering results on a critical initiative.
The PCT Model is a simple yet powerful framework for understanding the four critical aspects of any successful change effort: Success, Leadership/Sponsorship, Project Management and Change Management. Used by thousands of change leaders around the world, the PCT Model informs actions to improve project health throughout the lifecycle of your initiative. To learn more, join us for this 30-minute webinar where we will reveal the why, what, how, who, and when of the PCT Model.
Who should watch: Change practitioners, project managers, business leaders, and anyone interested in understanding how to assess and improve project health.
“Change management takes change management” means you are applying change management principles to “doing change management” as the change being introduced. Join Karen Ball, EVP of Development and Marketing, and Susanne Gross, Engagement Leader and Senior Change Advisor, to learn what to do when the change you are trying to manage is getting others to buy in to change management. In this interactive webinar, we will apply Prosci models and have a conversation about removing blockers and creating momentum for “doing change management” with a focus on practical and actionable guidance.Slides
The fact that effective sponsorship is a top contributor to change success is no surprise. Neither is the fact that many change practitioners still struggle to get the caliber of sponsorship they need from senior leaders. In this webinar, Tim Creasey will guide you through specific actions you can take to enlist (with context and language), engage (in a symbiotic relationship), and empower (by building competencies) the leaders you need to step up as great change sponsors.Slides
Defining success for your change initiative is a critical first step for measuring the contribution of change management to benefits realization. Your primary sponsor should be actively involved in defining success and to obtain their involvement you need to be able to explain the concept of “benefits contribution” to them in a compelling manner. In this interactive webinar, Lisa Kempton and Andrew Horlick will explain the why, what, how and when of defining and measuring success.Slides Handout