We typically think about change at the project level—implementing a new ERP system, enabling a company acquisition, or optimizing work processes. But change happens at the individual level. We must clearly define and quantify the impacts of a change on people and groups, so we’re equipped to empathize with and support them effectively. Join Lisa Kempton, Director of Development, to learn how to apply Prosci’s 10 Aspects of Change Impact model to a project, and improve the results and outcomes of your change initiatives.Slides Handout
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
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
The PCT Model depicts the critical nature of the interrelationship between project management and change management. In this interactive webinar, we will dive deeper into the importance of these complementary disciplines that share a common objective – change success. Come with a project in mind to explore four key dimensions of integration: people, process, tools, and results.Slides