Our free webinars offer an insight into the forefront of change management thinking, delivered by CMC Change Management Practitioners, Michael Campbell, Emma de-la-Haye, Ceri Williams and Quentin Orsmond.
In each webinar, we discuss key research findings and their consequences for delivering change, and offer participants the chance to ask questions of their own about change management. The webinars also include a range of live polls to reveal participants’ experiences of the topic under discussion.
CMC offers three series of Prosci webinars that cater for all levels of experience. Whether you're new to Prosci or you're seasoned in applying the ADKAR® model, there is a webinar that's right for you.
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You’ve heard of the ADKAR Model, but did you know there’s much more to the Prosci Methodology? The Prosci Change Triangle (PCT) Model, the Prosci 3-Phase Process, and the ADKAR Model comprise the Prosci Methodology, which is used by more than 80,000 change practitioners around the globe. Whether you’re a seasoned practitioner or just starting your career, you'll want to watch this webinar!
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.
In this webinar we will provide insights and examples around integrating the Prosci methodology into your Agile process. We will also explore findings from the research including: common obstacles, sponsorship challenges, resistance management, and what to do differently.
In 2021, Prosci refreshed their methodology to meet the evolving needs of their customers. And while the core of the Prosci Methodology is still the same, the enhancements and new tools make it more effective, applicable and actionable than ever. Join us to learn how you can deliver results using the enhanced Prosci Methodology. Whether you’re a seasoned practitioner or just starting your career, you don’t want to miss this webinar!
No matter where we sit in the organisation or what our full-time roles is, we can adopt foundational mindsets and behaviours that influence others to be leaders of change. In this webinar, we will introduce critical roles and how they work together to drive successful change. Join us to fuel your ambition to ‘be a leader of change’.
Organisations already on the journey toward building change capability are in a better position to meet the changing demands of a constantly shifting world. Others are realising how essential building organisational change capability is to continued recovery, resilience and growth. In this webinar, we discuss foundational mindsets and the actions you can take to fuel the growing ambition to ‘change how we do change’.
Now is a great time to be connecting with people in your organisation in critical change roles. In this webinar we will focus on the skill of defining change roles and learning how to activate people in those roles using the ADKAR Model. These connections will economise your efforts by leveraging the unique contribution of each role across multiple projects and change initiatives.
The Prosci Change Triangle (PCT) Model is a model that shows the four critical aspects of any successful change effort and how they are interrelated. In this interactive webinar, learn about the PCT Model and how this simple, but impactful model can be used to gain clarity and alignment on what a change aims to deliver as well as inform actions to improve project health over time.
How can you position change management as essential for projects and change initiatives? In this webinar we will explore Prosci’s 5 Tenets of Change Management and make a direct connection between the people side of change and successful outcomes. Each of the tenets – a principle or belief held to be true – builds on the others, and together they form the basis for the ‘why’ and ‘what’ of change management in a simple, logical, and compelling way. You will complete a real-time exercise you can use in your next “Why Change Management?” discussion.
It’s time to move out of the mindset of simply doing more change management across your organisation and start moving toward deploying change management and building organisational change capability. This webinar will help you develop your project and change management plan to institutionalise change management as a fundamental competency across your business. After all, failing to treat this effort as a project and a change is one of the most common mistakes change managers make.
In this webinar, you’ll learn seven different uses for the ADKAR Model. Packed with new findings from the recent, “Applications of ADKAR” study, this webinar will give you new perspective on how to maximise your use of this simple framework for achieving successful change.
With an ever-increasing velocity of change and greater demand to achieve expected results, organisations that develop agility as a core competency set themselves apart from competitors and succeed at adapting to continually shifting market demands. In this webinar we explore why change agility is critical, how you can identify your strengths and weaknesses, and ways to improve.
Organisational change management capability is an enabler of agility, mitigator of saturation, provider of competitive advantage and facilitator of strategic progress. But growing this capability takes more than talk; it takes structure and intent. Join us for an interactive webinar that reviews the tools, tactics and approaches for increasing organisational maturity.
There are numerous ways to tell the story of change management, but a business case, because of its formality, structure and familiarity, is a very effective tool for gaining support and funding.
Presenting a formal business case for change management to a project leader or senior leader can earn you the resources and time needed to properly implement change management. In this session we will review crucial data and information you need to include in your business case to create an effective argument for change management.