Change management at the project level is about ensuring that a project achieves its intended results and outcomes by supporting the individual transitions required by that project. As an example, when you install a new technology, employees must firstly adopt it and then use it to deliver value. Project level change management provides the specific strategies, plans, actions and steps that focus on impacted employees and work in alignment with a project’s deployment.
CMC Partnership Global is now able to provide a virtual and interactive one-day workshop that uses active projects to help project managers and change practitioners find a common language for successfully integrating change.
Using a robust online platform, this results-oriented session digs into the intent, objectives, scope, workstreams, milestones, deliverables and timelines of your project to help project managers and teams adapt to change and understand its benefits.
Secure your spot today! Join us on the 26th of May online.
Project level change management
Change management, at the project level, can be applied on any project or initiative that impacts how employees do their jobs. Some changes impact hundreds of employees while others impact thousands.
Changes can be driven by external factors, internal factors or some combination of both. Changes can impact processes, systems, tools, organisation structures or job roles (or any combination thereof). But if a change requires employees to do their jobs differently, by exhibiting new behaviours, following new processes, using new tools, then there is a role for project level change management.
From the project perspective, change management is the set of activities (the processes and the tools) applied to a particular project or initiative to drive adoption and usage.
But, is that how you would tell a project team what change management is?
Are you a project manager, or looking to head up future projects?
The workshop is for project managers in charge of current projects, project teams, and project team members. It also benefits anyone looking to effectively head up future projects within their organisation including; solution developers, Lean and Six Sigma practitioners, Organisation Excellence practitioners and Organisation Development practitioners.
- Connect employee adoption to your project’s results and identify impacted employee groups
- Understand how change management drives better adoption and usage
- Create a common framework for engaging with change management practitioners
- Map change management work to your project’s lifecycle using the Prosci Change Management Blueprint
- Learn to identify when your project needs change management.
What will you get out of it?
Throughout the online ‘Delivering Project Results’ workshop you will get hands on experience with examples and exercises of active projects. You will learn how to connect employee adoption to their project’s results and identify impacted employee groups.
The workshop will provide you with an understanding of how change management drives better adoption and usage and gives you the ability to identify when a project needs change management resourcing. Additionally, by joining other like-minded peers, you will have created a common framework for engaging with change management practitioners, from whom you can draw support.
If you are looking to enhance the results of your existing projects, get in touch and join our virtual one-day online course in the Singapore time zone. Our instructor led Prosci Delivering Project Results Workshop is for everyone wanting to successfully head up current and future business projects.
We hope to see you there, virtually!