“What do I focus on, when leading a change?”/Podcast Blog #3
24 Feb

“What do I focus on, when leading a change?”/Podcast Blog #3

This was a question a prospective client asked me recently, someone who was just put in charge of leading a change at their company.     “What would you advise me to make sure I don’t overlook, things I just have to get right?” Three things popped into my mind immediately, and I shared these […]

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Before Planning, Plan for Success First!
24 Feb

Before Planning, Plan for Success First!

Before you start planning your change management activities (or any other project activities), you have to do one very critical step first: identify what the success criteria are going to be. Many people skip this step. And that is a mistake – for several reasons: You want all decision makers to agree on what success […]

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Stakeholders: How to find out what’s really going on
10 Feb

Stakeholders: How to find out what’s really going on

There is a science and an art to managing change, and especially when it comes to identifying who can trip you up in a project. This activity, known as a stakeholder analysis or assessment, is the first and most important activity when managing change on a project. An earlier blog covered what questions you need […]

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