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- Analyse the purpose of the change.
- Analyse the impact of the change.
- Identify the change enables and barriers.
- Develop the change management plan.
- Develop a transition plan to help people successfully deal with the change.
- Conduct a risk analysis for the change management plan.
- Execute the change management plan.
- Ensure knowledge management integrity.
- Conduct a change management retrospective after the project.
By the end of the course, participants will develop the following core competencies:
- The ability to analyse, synthesize and predict the impact of strategic decisions.
- The management of research methods, procedures and processes in the field of strategic management and development of critical thinking and self-critical review.
- The ability to integrate knowledge from strategic management to solve problems in a larger multidisciplinary context.
- The ability to explain their own viewpoints and decisions, and take into account criticism and comments of colleague.The ability to demonstrate support for organizational changes needed to improve the organization’s effectiveness; initiating, sponsoring, and implementing organizational change; helping others to successfully manage organizational change.
- The ability to effectively communicate with and motivate stakeholders impacted by the change and manage.
- The ability to apply teamwork and team-building knowledge and skills.
- The ability to express oneself clearly in conversations and interactions with others.
Students will receive certyficate of course completion signed by MT&DC as PMI® Global Registered Provider.
Our courses give knowledge needed to prepere for PMP® and other PMI's exams.
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Projects are the tools that we use to execute business strategies and achieve business goals and objectives. Projects are done by people (the project’s team) and for people (the project’s stakeholders). When an organization introduces a change with a project or initiative, that change needs to be effectively managed on both the technical side and the people side:
- A technical side focus ensures that the change is developed, designed and delivered effectively. The discipline of project management provides the structure, processes and tools to make this happen.
- A people side focus ensures that the change is embraced, adopted and utilized by the stakeholders who are impacted positively or negatively as a result of the project. The discipline of change management provides the structure, processes and tools to make this happen.
Project management and change management both aim to increase the likelihood that projects or initiatives deliver its intended results and outcomes. The most effective approach is to integrate change management and project management to create a unified approach to implementing change on both fronts.
This course provides an overview of integrating project management and change management by focusing on developing and applying a structured approach for managing and nurturing relationships in projects in order to successfully implement change.
Unit 1. Fundamentals of Integrating Change Management and Project Management
- Identify the role of strategic renewal in propelling change.
- Discuss the impact of managing change on project value delivery.
- List factors that may cause slow or incomplete adoption of change in an organization.
- Discuss the five dimensions of integrating project management and change management.
Unit 2. Analyse Change Impact
- Identify areas of change.
- Differentiate the three faces of change.
- Determine if change management is needed.
- Identify all barriers or enablers associated with key stakeholders.
- Discuss the sources of resistance and support for change.
- Identify and prioritize risks inherent to the change.
Unit 3. Determine the Organization’s Change Enablers and Barriers
- Review historical enablers and barriers to change.
- Assess the organization's current change capacity.
- Assess the availability and quality of change sponsors and champions.
- Assess the capacity of individuals to manage change.
- Discuss how people adjust to change model.
Unit 4. Develop and Execute the Organizational Change and Transition Management Plans
- Plan the change management activities (WBS).
- Clarify that responsibility for all change management results are clear.
- Integrate change management activities with project schedule.
- Review and approve the change management plan.
- Develop the transition management plan.
- Execute change and transition management plans.
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