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What’s your biggest pain point when implementing change management initiatives?

What’s your biggest pain point when implementing change management initiatives?

Why do Project Managers keep forgetting Organisation Change Management?

One of the biggest failures project managers experience when executing their projects stems from the lack of understanding of Organizational Change Management (OCM). This post is from Bill Dow co-author of  Project Management Communication Tools.

A Key Aspect of Implementing Change is Understand The Status Quo

When creating something new, there is always an act of destruction. When implementing the change you replace the old Status Quo known to everyone, with a mere vision of a goal in the future. This post is by Peter de Jager, a KigoSpaces contributor.

A Key Success Factor To Implementing Change Is To Understand the Change

Before we implement Change, it’s imperative we understand all the reasons for it. We must become experts in the Change being proposed or reacted to, because people will look to us for answers. They might even look to us for guidance.This post is by Peter de Jager, a KigoSpaces contributor.

There Are No Silver Bullets For Change

How should we implement change.? It’s a simple enough question, surely there’s a simple answer  especially since we get to do it so often. Surely we’re intelligent enough to sift out the good from the bad? Perhaps. This post is by Peter de Jager, a KigoSpaces contributor.

How to Lead Your Team Through the Storm of Change

Having managed multiple organizational change projects in several companies, including several physical office moves, I have picked up multiple tips and tricks on how to help your colleagues through this process. In this post, Stephanie Jaeger, a new KigoSpaces contributor, wants to share those that I found most important.

Should Implementing Change Be Like Motherhood and Apple Pie?

How should we implement change.? It’s a simple enough question, surely there’s a simple answer — especially since we get to do it so often. Surely we’re intelligent enough to sift out the good from the bad? Perhaps. This post which is a long but essential read for implementing successful change is by Peter de

Implementing A Successful Change Project

Organisational Change Programs are difficult at the best of times.There are a number of critical success factors for a change program to be successfully implemented within an organisation. By focusing on these critical success factors and mitigating the challenges helps to deliver a successful change outcome.

No Man Ever Steps in the Same River Twice

When Heraclitus made this quote and others, some 2500 years ago,  he was spot-on with his insistence on ever-present change as being the fundamental essence of the universe which is more true today than ever for everyone including men, women and even children. This post is  from a new KigoSpaces contributor, Aritra Ghosh, on what change management is and some

What is Cognitive Dissonance in Change Management?

This post and video is by  Hitendera Dubey, Vice President, Strategy and Change at HSBC and a KigoSpaces Contributor, explains  how to address one of the key but very subtle aspects of resistance in Change Management, i.e. Cognitive Dissonance.

Why a Change Management Plan is a Critical Success Factor

Businesses need to adapt to new market conditions with technological advances and ever increasing competition. A change management plan ensures your organisation will smoothly transition through a change with minimum negative impact.

How To Implement Business Driven Change

Adopting a benefits driven approach to every stage of a change project, will help to maintain motivation and support of stakeholders and lead to a successful change project outcome. It is a well-known statistic that 80% of corporate change projects fail to achieve their expected outcomes. Apart from the obvious factors of why change Projects

How To Do Effective IT Change Management

Organisations don’t change, individuals do. No matter how large of a project you are taking on, the success of that project ultimately lies with each employee doing their work differently, multiplied across all the employees affected by the change. Effective change management requires an understanding for and appreciation of how one person makes a change