Making change is not hard … but it is hard work.
There are fundamental elements required when facilitating change. By developing a solid understanding of the elements and giving them structure, you will give your project the best chance of making efficiently and effectively.
By understanding these fundamentals and giving them some structure you can give your project a good chance of making change efficiently and effectively.
Some fundamental principles underpin all aspects in making change.
- A case for change
- What are you changing
- Authority and governance
- Engaging the right people
- Aligning and leveraging
- A global view
- Setting timeframes
- Measuring success
Using a simple methodology can help to step you through the change process. Adding structure to your approach will make it easier to plan what happens when and who needs to know what.
- Getting started
- Diagnosing the issues
- Designing solutions
- Implementation that can stick
- Monitoring and evaluation
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