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Factors Common to Successful Change Management

Module Summary

MODULE SUMMARY

In this module you studied the following:

Change can be a time of exciting opportunity for some and a time of loss, disruption or threat for others.
Change can be a time of exciting opportunity for some and a time of loss, disruption or threat for others.
Meeting milestones is not the primary determinant of the success of a change project. Successful change also involves ensuring employees’ capacity to adapt to and work effectively and efficiently in the new environment.
Successfully managing the complexity of change is virtually impossible without a robust plan that is supported by strong project management.

Planning ensures that organizations are aware of the implications of what they want to do, and are prepared for all reasonable eventualities.
The starting point and focus of successful change planning is having a clear vision about what the scope and impacts of the future changed state will be.
Change initiatives often flounder because not enough strategic thought is given to communicating the rationale and the expected impact of the change.

Strong governance and associated reporting arrangements need to be established to drive and monitor change.

Change management governance involves establishing a structure within the organization to ensure a successful change.
The success of change will depend, to a large extent, on how well the person with direct responsibility for the change manages it.
The role of leadership in any change management is repeatedly cited as the number one contributor to change success.
One of the most challenging aspects of any change project is communication. Communication is the key way that people are engaged in the change.


To achieve effective communication requires a deliberate plan for determining who needs to understand the what, why, when and how of the change.
It is essential to identify the human capital impacts of a change effort on the workforce.
To successfully implement change, organizations need to align the performance of their workforce with the change.

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