693 words, 2.6 minutes read. By Gerard Blokdyk

Management of Change 1 big thing: Manage all major projects utilizing the Management of Change process.

The big picture: Organize the MOC (Management of Change) framework to ensure early and timely adoption of replacement capabilities and successful migration of business processes to the future state landscape.

Why it matters: Warrant that your design conducts operational research, productivity analyses and management studies to invest in the management of departmental operations, programs, and services: compiles and/or monitors various administrative and statistical data pertaining to divisional operations; researches information pertinent to task or project; analyzes data and identifies trends; prepares or generates reports; makes recommendations for changes in policies and procedures to improve operations, provide more responsive service, and/or optimize the use of resources; and develops recommendations for changes in departmental policies and procedures; and provides technical assistance and information to management to aide decision making.

Between the lines: Assure your design is following Root Cause Analysis, ensure follow up and completion of action plans and management of stakeholders to completion to prevent reoccurrence.

How it works: Make headway so that your organization leads the teams of portfolio, program and project managers in implementing and applying standard processes and tools to effectively manage dependencies, risks, issues, scope changes and quality.

Be smart: Develop and manage a Scope Change Management system, incorporating all approved changes into the plan and schedule on a periodic basis, in accordance with project standard procedures and the specific needs of the Project or Client.

Yes, but: Be a group, you partner with the Finance, Risk, Compliance, and Human Resources teams to drive the delivery of innovative technology solutions using common data, analytics, and platforms.

The backdrop: Support project teams and oversee aspects of the SDLC or solution implementation including estimation, sprint planning, requirements gathering, architecting, developing, testing, issue/risk management, change control, and delivery.

Meanwhile: Review and update vendor risk management guidelines, ensuring the effective integration of industry best practices and regulatory changes impacting Third Party Risk Management and the ongoing alignment of the standards and related policies.

What they’re saying: “Safeguard that your staff holds team accountable for conducting capacity analysis, leading capacity insight discussions, and contributing to capacity planning and bench management; drives actions/changes and ensures alignment of staffing strategies across their portfolio., Maintenance Technician – Mechanical

Go deeper: Drive planning, content development, and communications to support delivery of ongoing meetings and trainings to support culture building, change management, and adoption of best practices.

The bottom line: Provide quality oversight to the change management system for complex Minor and/or Major Change Controls of documents, processes, Equipment and systems including managing communication with 3rd party (internal) clients pre and post implementation on applicable change controls.

What’s next: Certify your group is involved in a wide range of IT related processes such as, network architecture, environmental controls, physical security, change management, access control, patch management, storage and backup, disaster recovery.

ICYMI: Manage relationships with supplier through supporting activities including ordering, communication of demand/volume/delivery time changes, issue resolution, sharing of end-user feedback, providing update of order status, runs open Purchase Order Reports.

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