Your Strategic Plan is Ready. Is Your Organization?
25 Nov

Your Strategic Plan is Ready. Is Your Organization?

You and your senior team have agreed on your strategic plan and you are ready to implement. What comes next? Usually the knee-jerk response is to start working on your planned activities. But is your organization truly ready and fully onside? Is everyone on board? Can you expect resistance, and where will it come from? […]

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Ready, Able…but Willing?
20 Apr

Ready, Able…but Willing?

When projects are being implemented it becomes very important to track the willingness of people to adopt the resulting changes. If employees are not fully willing, several things can happen: The adoption rate will be low. Project Managers tend to experience this as a very frustrating and often drawn out roll out. People will go back to […]

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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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