How to Create a Change Management Process That Actually Works

Posted by Steven Brand on Aug 28, 2017 9:00:00 AM

Change is a cycle in itself, and organizations go through various cycles throughout their lifetime. Whether it's automating processes, introducing specialized equipment, streamlining redundant tasks and people who perform them, or simply relocating a physical plant, changes are inevitable. 

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Topics: Change Management, Business Management, Project Management

Managing Projects: A 3 Tier Approach to Achieve Better Results

Posted by Ellen McKewen on Feb 11, 2016 9:00:00 AM

Every year brings about new and more efficient processes that manufacturers can take advantage of in order to increase and enhance their upcoming projects. For example, a project management methodology might be used to implement a new software program or install new machinery. For your project to be successful, it has to include change management to ensure acceptance from the people using it. In addition, the project needs to support the corporate strategy. Managing projects can then be viewed as a three tier aproach that is selected and pioneered by a leader and implemented by employees through change management.

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Topics: Change Management, Project Management

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