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Delivering change

Cooke-Davies

As far as many chief executives are concerned, project management occupies a similar position in the organization to that of book-keeping or engineering – something that has to be done, but done somewhere
‘down there’ in the organization’s ‘engine room’.

Project Manager Today magazine

Ignore the people factor at your peril

Hall

Few project managers assume that they can complete their projects, especially those involving changes in practices or processes, without any consideration of the affect they may have on other people.

Project Manager Today magazine

Six principles for successful business change management

Hall

Prior to the 1990's, change was almost evolutionary. Organisations ticked over from one day to the next. Business processes were almost set in stone and
remained unchanged for years.

Project Manager Today magazine

Are we ready for drastic change

MacNicol

There’s No Such Thing as Corporate DNA

Team Animation Ltd.

Organisational change management

Mosaic

Projects undoubtedly cause change! After the project delivers its deliverables there is a ‘new or improved thing’ that a group of stakeholders need to make use of to generate the value.

Mosaic Project Solutions pty

Project-based approach to change: too much of a good thing?

Murray-Webster and Simon

Sometimes there is alignment and project
and programme management supports the change process effectively. In other cases it inadvertently engenders apathy or resistance.

Lucidus consulting

The role of disempowerment in planned change

Murray-Webster Pellegrinelli and Simon

The realisation of planned change through programmes and projects, rather than relying on empowerment, actually relies on a disempowerment of the people doing the work.

Lucidus consulting

Organisational change and managed change - the same or different?

Murray-Webster and Simon

The history behind the theory and practice of organisational change is distinctly different from the history behind the theory and practice of managed change through project, programme and portfolio management.

Lucidus consulting

Back to basics - back to the future

Obeng

Most organisations are creatures of habit, preferring the industry sectors they understand to the business- sphere they don't. Preferring internally driven programs to those inspired from outside the organisation.

Project Manager Today magazine

 

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21st May 2014Change management plan templates added.
17th November 2014Additional articles by Cooke-Davies, Hall and Obeng. Revised copyright statement.
25th November 2015Article from Mosaic added

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