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  • White Papers // Feb 2010

    What, Why And How Of Enterprise Change Management

    Many project teams are recognizing the need to effectively manage the people side of change on their project. And while they have recognized this competency is necessary for their project's success, the question remains: Is that enough? A few of these organizations have taken the next step, moving away from...

    Provided By Prosci

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Neutralizing Change Threats In The New Year: The Manager's Challenge

    Prosci's Change Management Guide for Managers is a step-by-step process to help managers move to the right and up the graph on the right. This paper from Prosci and the Change Management Learning Center's is titled Neutralizing change threats in the New Year. This paper address one of the biggest...

    Provided By Prosci

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Five Tips For: Developing Managers And Supervisors As Coaches

    This paper provides simple, actionable steps to improving change management application. It provides Five tips for: Succeeding in change management, Five tips for: Sizing your change management efforts, Five tips for: Better communications and Five tips for: Managing resistance. This "Five tips" looks at developing managers and supervisors as coaches...

    Provided By Prosci

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Introducing Prosci's New Research-based Change Management Guide For Managers

    Managers and supervisors play a key role in driving successful change in any organization. They are the closest to the action - where a new process, tool, system or job role actually comes to life. Until now, however, there were no tools to truly equip them to be great leaders...

    Provided By Prosci

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Launching Enterprise Change Management: Building Organizational Change Management Capability And Competency

    In the coming years, no other competency will be more important to your organization than the ability to manage change. Flexible and adaptable organizations will be the benchmark for long-term growth and sustainability. With an ever increasing velocity of change - more changes happening more frequently than ever before -...

    Provided By Prosci

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Authority For Change - The Role Of Leadership During Change

    When project leaders and change managers are asked to name the number one success factor for project success, they respond with a resounding: active and visible executive sponsorship. In six separate studies conducted over a 12 year period with more than 2000 participants, active and visible sponsorship was cited as...

    Provided By Prosci

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Resistance: Understanding A Phenomena That Is Natural To All Of Us

    A common mistake made by many business leaders is to assume that by building Awareness of the need for change, they have also created a Desire to engage in that change. The assumption is that one automatically follows the other. Some managers may fall into the trap: If I design...

    Provided By Prosci

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Five Bs Of Executive Buy-in

    As a senior executive and sponsors of change, and with more than five years as an International Executive Instructor for Prosci teaching change management practitioners, one of the most frequently asked questions received is, "How can I get my executives on-board with change management and fulfilling their roles as sponsors?"...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Senders And Receivers - Understanding Why Some Communications Work And Others Don't

    Many project leaders or project managers appreciate the critical need for communications during change. In fact, many project leaders believe that "Change management" equals "Effective communications." To complicate matters, many project teams also believe that the primary messages employees want to hear are centered on the project (what is happening...

    Provided By Prosci

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    The Psychology Of Change: Understanding The Guiding Principles Of Effective Change Management

    Most change management models in use today are in the form of a process or set of steps. In fact, the most effective processes or methodologies are based on research and the experiences of change management experts from years of trial and error in the field. However, the underlying lessons...

    Provided By Prosci

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Positioning Change Management

    The top trend in the field of change management identified by participants in Prosci's 2007 and 2009 benchmarking studies was an increased recognition of the need for change management. For some practitioners, change management is now being "Pulled" in to projects rather than pushed on to initiatives. However, many change...

    Provided By Prosci

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Participant Profiles 2009 Edition Of Best Practices In Change Management

    Prosci's 2009 edition of the Best Practices in Change Management benchmarking report is the most complete body of knowledge available on change management. The 2009 study is the sixth benchmarking effort Prosci has conducted over the last twelve years. The objective of this study is to uncover lessons learned from...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Prosci's Pct Model: Module 1 Of 4

    The Prosci PCT (Project Change Triangle) Model is a simple but powerful framework for showing the three critical elements of any successful change effort. Prosci's PCT Model shows how a successful change effort requires: Leadership/Sponsorship (the top of the triangle), Project Management (the right corner) and Change Management (the left...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    The "Harder" Side Of Change: The What, Why And How Of Change Management

    While it is sometimes called the "Soft" side of change, managing the people side of a change is often the most challenging and critical component of an organizational transformation. Take a merger or acquisition for example. The technical side of the change - or the "Hard" side, if you will...

    Provided By Prosci

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Establishing The Scope Of Change Management

    This paper presents taxonomy for making sense of the scope of change management - including what is in scope and what falls outside of scope. Creating a working definition and scope for change management enables practitioners to be more successful and work effectively with others in the organization who are...

    Provided By Prosci

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Adkar - A Model For Change Management

    This paper presents an overview of the ADKAR model for change management. ADKAR is a goal-oriented change management model that allows change management teams to focus their activities on specific business results. The model was initially used as a tool for determining if change management activities like communications and training...

    Provided By Prosci

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Adkar - Why It "Clicks": An Overview Of Prosci's Adkar Model

    Prosci's ADKAR Model is one of the most widely-requested and sought after models for change management. It is a simple but extraordinarily powerful model to help drive successful change in one's personal or professional life. Many attendees of Prosci's 3-day certification program call it "ADKAR training" - even though the...

    Provided By Prosci

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Cost-benefit Analysis For Change Management

    In this four-part series on "Why change management" Prosci provides several different perspectives on how to make the case for applying a structured approach to manage the people side of change for organizational initiatives. This series includes: Correlation data on the impact of effective change management; Cost-benefit analysis for change...

    Provided By Prosci

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Data On Impact Of Effective Change Management

    In this four-part series on "Why change management" Prosci provides several different perspectives on how to make the case for applying a structured approach to manage the people side of change for organizational initiatives. This series includes: Correlation data on the impact of effective change management; Cost-benefit analysis for change...

    Provided By Prosci

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Why Change Management?

    For many change practitioners, there is no doubt that change management must be used on projects that impact how people do their jobs. A great solution and a well managed project are not enough to ensure success. For many change practitioners, there is no doubt that change management must be...

    Provided By Prosci

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Building Organizational Change Management Competency

    This paper focuses on a particular element of change management, including, Five tips for: Succeeding in change management; Five tips for: Sizing your change management efforts; Five tips for: Better communications and Five tips for: Managing resistance. These "Five tips" looks at building organizational change management competency. The tips come...

    Provided By Prosci

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Treating Change Management Deployment As A Project

    Over the past several years, Prosci has seen a growing number of clients work to deploy change management more broadly throughout their organizations. Unlike project management, where the competency can be built in to a select number of certified practitioners, change management is a leadership competency that lets organization be...

    Provided By Prosci

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    The Need For Enterprise Change Management (ECM) - Or - Why Build The Competency To Manage Change

    Building the competency to manage change is not like installing a new technological system or training on a new skill or process. Becoming competent at managing change requires a transformation in the way your organization and the individuals within the organization view and react to change. It targets the foundation...

    Provided By Prosci

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Vision Of A Change Competent Organization

    Organizations are beginning to realize that their ability to respond to, handle and manage change is one of the keys to success in the upcoming years. Additionally, there are many organizations that feeling saturated by the amount of change going on right now. How quickly and effectively an organization responds...

    Provided By Prosci

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Change Management Job Description

    The Change Management Learning Center receives many inquiries looking for a job description for "Change Manager" or "Change Management Specialist". While there is currently not a single, universally recognized description - Prosci's research and experience does suggest that there are some common elements for the role of change manager. Organizations...

    Provided By Prosci

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Executives And Senior Leaders: Importance And Role

    This paper is focused on the role of the change management specialist and a high-level overview of the five roles in change management. This paper focuses on the importance and role of executives and senior leaders as sponsors of change. It shares the three roles of sponsors in times of...

    Provided By Prosci

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Managers And Supervisors: Importance And Role

    This paper is focused on the role of the change management specialist and a high-level overview of the five roles in change management. This paper focuses on the importance and role of managers and supervisors in times of change. It includes new research on the importance of managers and supervisors...

    Provided By Prosci

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    State Of The Union For Change Management

    However clich?, change has become the norm. Changes are bigger. Changes are happening more frequently. Changes are happening faster. For organizations to survive and thrive in this ever changing environment, the people cannot be left behind. Leading change - and being a change leader in your organization - is a...

    Provided By Prosci

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Change Portfolio Management

    A holistic process for managing the portfolio of change does not magically solve the problem of change collision and change saturation. However, following this process provides a new perspective and view of the portfolio - one that is missing in most organizations. Individuals, groups, projects and the organization all benefit...

    Provided By Prosci

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Roles In Change Management

    The ultimate goal of change management is to engage employees and encourage their adoption of a new way of doing their jobs. Whether it is a process, system, job role or organizational structure change (or all of the above), a project is only successful if individual employees change their daily...

    Provided By Prosci

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Neutralizing Change Threats In The New Year: The Manager's Challenge

    Prosci's Change Management Guide for Managers is a step-by-step process to help managers move to the right and up the graph on the right. This paper from Prosci and the Change Management Learning Center's is titled Neutralizing change threats in the New Year. This paper address one of the biggest...

    Provided By Prosci

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Five Tips For: Developing Managers And Supervisors As Coaches

    This paper provides simple, actionable steps to improving change management application. It provides Five tips for: Succeeding in change management, Five tips for: Sizing your change management efforts, Five tips for: Better communications and Five tips for: Managing resistance. This "Five tips" looks at developing managers and supervisors as coaches...

    Provided By Prosci

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Introducing Prosci's New Research-based Change Management Guide For Managers

    Managers and supervisors play a key role in driving successful change in any organization. They are the closest to the action - where a new process, tool, system or job role actually comes to life. Until now, however, there were no tools to truly equip them to be great leaders...

    Provided By Prosci

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    State Of The Union For Change Management

    However clich?, change has become the norm. Changes are bigger. Changes are happening more frequently. Changes are happening faster. For organizations to survive and thrive in this ever changing environment, the people cannot be left behind. Leading change - and being a change leader in your organization - is a...

    Provided By Prosci

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Change Portfolio Management

    A holistic process for managing the portfolio of change does not magically solve the problem of change collision and change saturation. However, following this process provides a new perspective and view of the portfolio - one that is missing in most organizations. Individuals, groups, projects and the organization all benefit...

    Provided By Prosci

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Roles In Change Management

    The ultimate goal of change management is to engage employees and encourage their adoption of a new way of doing their jobs. Whether it is a process, system, job role or organizational structure change (or all of the above), a project is only successful if individual employees change their daily...

    Provided By Prosci

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Launching Enterprise Change Management: Building Organizational Change Management Capability And Competency

    In the coming years, no other competency will be more important to your organization than the ability to manage change. Flexible and adaptable organizations will be the benchmark for long-term growth and sustainability. With an ever increasing velocity of change - more changes happening more frequently than ever before -...

    Provided By Prosci

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Authority For Change - The Role Of Leadership During Change

    When project leaders and change managers are asked to name the number one success factor for project success, they respond with a resounding: active and visible executive sponsorship. In six separate studies conducted over a 12 year period with more than 2000 participants, active and visible sponsorship was cited as...

    Provided By Prosci

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Resistance: Understanding A Phenomena That Is Natural To All Of Us

    A common mistake made by many business leaders is to assume that by building Awareness of the need for change, they have also created a Desire to engage in that change. The assumption is that one automatically follows the other. Some managers may fall into the trap: If I design...

    Provided By Prosci

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Five Bs Of Executive Buy-in

    As a senior executive and sponsors of change, and with more than five years as an International Executive Instructor for Prosci teaching change management practitioners, one of the most frequently asked questions received is, "How can I get my executives on-board with change management and fulfilling their roles as sponsors?"...

    Provided By Prosci

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Senders And Receivers - Understanding Why Some Communications Work And Others Don't

    Many project leaders or project managers appreciate the critical need for communications during change. In fact, many project leaders believe that "Change management" equals "Effective communications." To complicate matters, many project teams also believe that the primary messages employees want to hear are centered on the project (what is happening...

    Provided By Prosci

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    The Psychology Of Change: Understanding The Guiding Principles Of Effective Change Management

    Most change management models in use today are in the form of a process or set of steps. In fact, the most effective processes or methodologies are based on research and the experiences of change management experts from years of trial and error in the field. However, the underlying lessons...

    Provided By Prosci

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Positioning Change Management

    The top trend in the field of change management identified by participants in Prosci's 2007 and 2009 benchmarking studies was an increased recognition of the need for change management. For some practitioners, change management is now being "Pulled" in to projects rather than pushed on to initiatives. However, many change...

    Provided By Prosci

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Participant Profiles 2009 Edition Of Best Practices In Change Management

    Prosci's 2009 edition of the Best Practices in Change Management benchmarking report is the most complete body of knowledge available on change management. The 2009 study is the sixth benchmarking effort Prosci has conducted over the last twelve years. The objective of this study is to uncover lessons learned from...

    Provided By Prosci

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Prosci's Pct Model: Module 1 Of 4

    The Prosci PCT (Project Change Triangle) Model is a simple but powerful framework for showing the three critical elements of any successful change effort. Prosci's PCT Model shows how a successful change effort requires: Leadership/Sponsorship (the top of the triangle), Project Management (the right corner) and Change Management (the left...

    Provided By Prosci

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    The "Harder" Side Of Change: The What, Why And How Of Change Management

    While it is sometimes called the "Soft" side of change, managing the people side of a change is often the most challenging and critical component of an organizational transformation. Take a merger or acquisition for example. The technical side of the change - or the "Hard" side, if you will...

    Provided By Prosci

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Establishing The Scope Of Change Management

    This paper presents taxonomy for making sense of the scope of change management - including what is in scope and what falls outside of scope. Creating a working definition and scope for change management enables practitioners to be more successful and work effectively with others in the organization who are...

    Provided By Prosci

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Adkar - A Model For Change Management

    This paper presents an overview of the ADKAR model for change management. ADKAR is a goal-oriented change management model that allows change management teams to focus their activities on specific business results. The model was initially used as a tool for determining if change management activities like communications and training...

    Provided By Prosci

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Adkar - Why It "Clicks": An Overview Of Prosci's Adkar Model

    Prosci's ADKAR Model is one of the most widely-requested and sought after models for change management. It is a simple but extraordinarily powerful model to help drive successful change in one's personal or professional life. Many attendees of Prosci's 3-day certification program call it "ADKAR training" - even though the...

    Provided By Prosci

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Cost-benefit Analysis For Change Management

    In this four-part series on "Why change management" Prosci provides several different perspectives on how to make the case for applying a structured approach to manage the people side of change for organizational initiatives. This series includes: Correlation data on the impact of effective change management; Cost-benefit analysis for change...

    Provided By Prosci

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Data On Impact Of Effective Change Management

    In this four-part series on "Why change management" Prosci provides several different perspectives on how to make the case for applying a structured approach to manage the people side of change for organizational initiatives. This series includes: Correlation data on the impact of effective change management; Cost-benefit analysis for change...

    Provided By Prosci

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Why Change Management?

    For many change practitioners, there is no doubt that change management must be used on projects that impact how people do their jobs. A great solution and a well managed project are not enough to ensure success. For many change practitioners, there is no doubt that change management must be...

    Provided By Prosci

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Building Organizational Change Management Competency

    This paper focuses on a particular element of change management, including, Five tips for: Succeeding in change management; Five tips for: Sizing your change management efforts; Five tips for: Better communications and Five tips for: Managing resistance. These "Five tips" looks at building organizational change management competency. The tips come...

    Provided By Prosci

  • White Papers // Feb 2010

    What, Why And How Of Enterprise Change Management

    Many project teams are recognizing the need to effectively manage the people side of change on their project. And while they have recognized this competency is necessary for their project's success, the question remains: Is that enough? A few of these organizations have taken the next step, moving away from...

    Provided By Prosci

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Treating Change Management Deployment As A Project

    Over the past several years, Prosci has seen a growing number of clients work to deploy change management more broadly throughout their organizations. Unlike project management, where the competency can be built in to a select number of certified practitioners, change management is a leadership competency that lets organization be...

    Provided By Prosci

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    The Need For Enterprise Change Management (ECM) - Or - Why Build The Competency To Manage Change

    Building the competency to manage change is not like installing a new technological system or training on a new skill or process. Becoming competent at managing change requires a transformation in the way your organization and the individuals within the organization view and react to change. It targets the foundation...

    Provided By Prosci

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Vision Of A Change Competent Organization

    Organizations are beginning to realize that their ability to respond to, handle and manage change is one of the keys to success in the upcoming years. Additionally, there are many organizations that feeling saturated by the amount of change going on right now. How quickly and effectively an organization responds...

    Provided By Prosci

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Change Management Job Description

    The Change Management Learning Center receives many inquiries looking for a job description for "Change Manager" or "Change Management Specialist". While there is currently not a single, universally recognized description - Prosci's research and experience does suggest that there are some common elements for the role of change manager. Organizations...

    Provided By Prosci

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Executives And Senior Leaders: Importance And Role

    This paper is focused on the role of the change management specialist and a high-level overview of the five roles in change management. This paper focuses on the importance and role of executives and senior leaders as sponsors of change. It shares the three roles of sponsors in times of...

    Provided By Prosci

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Managers And Supervisors: Importance And Role

    This paper is focused on the role of the change management specialist and a high-level overview of the five roles in change management. This paper focuses on the importance and role of managers and supervisors in times of change. It includes new research on the importance of managers and supervisors...

    Provided By Prosci