Posts Tagged ‘change management’

Training: It’s Not One Size Fits All!

Previously, I discussed meaningful training, and change management adoption. This blog dives into the different types of training styles in change management initiatives. Effective communication is not one size fits all. Studies have repeatedly shown that effective communication must be sent at least seven times over at least three channels for it to land and […]

Effective Communication Leads to Meaningful Training

My last blog highlighted how proper stakeholder assessments can provide efficient planning and strategies. My next installment in this series will explore meaningful training, and change management adoption. It’s frustrating when change management gets called upon to provide training, and only training, with the expectation that is the only thing required for the successful adoption […]

Stakeholder Assessments Drive Effective Planning and Strategy

Previously, I highlighted stakeholder management in a change management initiative and the benefit that comes with it. This blog will highlight how proper stakeholder assessments can provide efficient planning and strategies. At least once a week, I open my spam folder to find hundreds of messages. Sometimes I’ll briefly scan them before deleting, and other […]

Don’t Over-Look Stakeholder Management in Change Management

My previous blog analyzed executive alignment in a change management initiative. This blog will highlight stakeholder management in a change management initiative and the benefit that comes with it. Stakeholder management is the lesser known brother of the organizational change management heavyweights: communications and training. This is the area we most often overlook or choose […]

Executive Alignment is Critical to Change Management

My last blog analyzed change management. This blog will highlight executive alignment and how that benefits a change management initiative. Have you ever played on or seen a sports team where the coaches didn’t see eye to eye? Perhaps it was related to game strategy. Maybe skill techniques. Or what about as a child, when […]

3 Takeaways to Help Accelerate Value in Any Transformation

This blog series explores how change management can and should pay for your next project. Previously, I discussed how OCM paid for an ERP implementation. In this final post we look at three ways to accelerate value in transformation. Explicitly tie change management to business value (e.g., include business case analyses) Use change management to […]

[Guide] Change Management Best Practices from Real Projects

Organizational change management is about defining and driving behavioral changes to individuals, groups of individuals, and entire organizations. It’s about increasing user adoption. Now, change management theories look great on paper. Many practitioners have gone through classes, read books, and have even become certified in change management but still struggle with how to actually perform […]

A Look at How OCM Paid for an ERP Implementation

This blog series examines how change management can and should pay for your next project. My last post outlined the steps to develop behavior change. In this post I discuss how OCM can pay for an ERP implementation. Challenge and Opportunity A multi-state, utility company identified its purchase-to-pay (P2P) process as a candidate for value […]

4 Key Steps in Driving Behavior Change

This blog series examines how change management can and should pay for your next project. My previous post, I discussed how behavior change leads to value. In this post I dive into the steps to develop behavior change. Changing behavior starts with defining value and identifying the key performance indicators (KPIs) that can tell stakeholders […]

Driving Behavior Change Leads to Accelerated Value

This blog series examines how change management can and should pay for your next project. My past post, explored why some organizations don’t immediately realize the value of a business transformation. In this post I’m going describe how behavior change leads to value. Effective organizational change management is a complex undertaking, and leaders often fail […]

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Essentials for Your Digital Strategy: Organizational Alignment

Delivering seamless, consistent, and engaging experiences starts with a customer-centered digital strategy. This ongoing series explores the characteristics that make up a great digital strategy and how to deliver powerful brand moments that solidify customer loyalty and drive differentiation for your organization. True alignment of your organization around digital ambition produces tremendous benefits. Communication, strategy, […]

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Organizations Don’t Realize the Value of Business Transformations

In this blog series, I examine how change management can and should pay for your next project. Previously, my post analyzed the demand for value. In this post I explore why some organizations don’t immediately realize the value of a business transformation. A Harvard Business Review article found that companies get only 63% of the […]

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