Change Management Insight Blog

Four Ways to Manage Complex Change Projects

Posted by Michael Campbell on Dec 10, 2018 9:15:00 AM

Changes in every aspect of life are accelerating and business operating models are constantly being challenged and redefined.

The advancements in technology are transforming workplaces, not just in Asia but around the world, and these are only going to continue to progress in the coming years. These advancements are bringing about larger, more complex changes which impact an entire business infrastructure and the way employees are expected to work forever.

Many organisations set bold aspirations, but few are able to design and execute wide-ranging change programmes that deliver substantial and sustained performance improvement. The challenge is twofold: managing the implementation of many different change initiatives and keeping the organisations energy levels high during a process that can take years.

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Change Management Success Story: Gloria Chin

Posted by Michael Campbell on Dec 3, 2018 9:30:00 AM


ProsciĀ® Best Practices has found that excellent change management execution leads to a 6x increase in the likelihood of the expected business results of your change initiative being delivered. Prosci's Change Management methodology is based on two decades' worth of research collected from over 6,000 participants in 56 countries and is continuously supplemented with various cloud-based tools which may suggest why the methodology and approach is used by 80% of Fortune 100 companies.

CMC Partnership provides support for building change management capability, including training for private organisations globally, as well as public change management training at selected venues in Singapore, UK, Ireland and Italy and has a variety of Prosci Change Management courses, for different organisational roles, running all year round. This role-based training allows everyone in their organisation to become competent and more comfortable in riding the waves of an ever increasing tide of change initiatives. 

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How To: Approach Enterprise Change Management

Posted by Michael Campbell on Nov 26, 2018 9:30:00 AM

With the increasing pace and importance of change, the ability to "out-change" your competition is rapidly becoming an essential core competency for the majority of organisations. To successfully build your organisation's change management capability so that you are agile in responding to change opportunities  you must treat and manage the effort of becoming organisationally change competent as a project and a change itself. Leading organisations around the world are deploying Prosci's Enterprise Change Management (ECM) approach to embed change capabilities into their organisations, and Asia is no different. 

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Topics: Enterprise Change Management

5 Reasons To Progress Your Career With Our Experienced Practitioner Programme

Posted by Michael Campbell on Nov 19, 2018 10:00:00 AM

Our 3-day programme enables experienced Prosci change management practitioners to develop an enhanced perspective of how to drive best practice change management within their organisation. 

If you have completed the Prosci Certified Practitioner course and have begun to apply change management on many different types of projects with varying degrees of complexity, and you're looking to expand your skills and knowledge of change management, join CMC Partnership and like-minded peers for our next Prosci Experienced Practitioner Programme in January.

We only have a limited number of spaces available, and this programme only runs an open enrolment format three times a year in Asia so  seize the opportunity to secure your place early, before Christmas.

Register here to save your spot.

Five reasons to attend our upcoming Experienced Practitioner Programme: 

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Do you need better business results from your transformation? Coach your Sponsor to take Executive Actions

Posted by Andre Low on Nov 15, 2018 9:30:00 AM

Executive leaders shoulder heavy responsibilities and make difficult business decisions, both operational and strategic. They need to consider the multilayered environments that their business plays in and deliver strategic changes through transformation programmes or projects that achieve better business results. Otherwise their professional lifespans may be jeopardised.

Yet, a study by McKinsey & Company found only a depressing 20% of 1,487 respondents, including sizeable numbers of CEOs and senior leaders, reporting transformation success which was defined as "very or completely successful at improving company's performance and equipping organisation for sustainable, long-term performance". An opportunity for improvement lies herein. How can we take a more rigorous approach to change? How can we help our sponsors to depend less on hope and direction and take more productive action?

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Topics: change management certification, Leaders of Change, Business Transformation