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Three supports to successful change

Is Managing Change the same as Project Management?

Prosci© PCT™ Model

Prosci© PCT™ Model

A recent tutorial from Prosci identifies three critical areas of activity needed for change success. The model is both simple and elegant. However, it opens the question about where should change management professionals go for their support. The three areas are: project management; sponsorship; and change management. Not only does each activity have to work well, they have to work well together for change success. The schism between the three areas is becoming more evident as change failure continues, see how the model can help.

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Communications: urgent or important?

CommsBlogImageThe communications challenge

On a course recently a participant offered a throw-away comment during a discussion on stakeholder engagement: “I find there is so much stuff I have to do that I don’t have the time for communications”. This seemed to sum up for me the way projects and change teams deal with communications and why a lot of change initiatives fail for a lack of good communication! The question is: what can we do about it?

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Rate of Change and Change Saturation increase

Successful changeDepressing News: change saturation increases

Recent data reported by Prosci show that both the amount of change expected by organisations and the number of organisations saturated by change have increased. This is a gloomy outlook given the problems most organisations have in doing change. Lets put these three ideas together and see what can be done.

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Change saturation – change centres on stakeholders

C4CM stakeholder engagement Its the stakeholders that decide if a change is a success or failure. No matter how hard the change team plan a change, nor how creatively the team designs a change; if the stakeholders don’t buy in the change will not happen. Prosci are collecting data for their next research survey of organisations. To promote the research they have released a few facts from their previous research survey in 2011. The facts can be characterised in two areas:

  • Dealing with stakeholders
  • The problems of doing change management

This blog explores the stakeholders and their importance identified by the research.

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C4CM qualifications in context

Our awarded QCF credits (Qualifications Credit Framework) are ideal for toping up on continuing professional development (CPD) and can be used to apply for other post graduate qualifications such as Diplomas and Degree programmes.

The qualifications are offered in modules that are appropriate for both change professionals and strategic managers. They work well to evidence Investors in People and can be used to deliver consistency of approach across the tiers of an organisation.

C4CM™ qualifications in context:

C4CM qualifications map

C4CM qualifications map