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Management of Change 1 big thing: Participate in process hazard analyses (PHA) and management of change (MOC).
The big picture: Secure that your organization is responsible for change/release management, training and documentation of new features and processes to ensure successful implementations and adoption.
Why it matters: Coordinate diverse components of project by quality project planning, execution and change control to achieve required balance of time, cost and quality (Integration Management).
What to watch: Ensure your design is involved in HR Human Capital strategy, Technology strategy and/or Organizational Change Management strategy to influence the strategic vision of your organization.
Under the hood: Ensure your team is responsible for establishing a unified and efficient service organization to provide a more holistic and strategic view of learning and development, business administration, change and communications and to help drive people and culture initiatives across Enterprise Risk Management.
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How it works: Ensure effective change control and configuration management of all supported infrastructure security-related components to establish and maintain consistency of their performance and functional and physical attributes.
State of play: Change Management Demonstrated involvement accelerating change, and leading/facilitating large scale change initiatives in one or more parts of your organization with priority.
What they’re saying: “Support managers in relation to change management plans including development of communication artifacts, end user training, stakeholder management, resistance management and impact analysis.“, Senior PSM/RMP Specialist
Meanwhile: Work involves creating and implementing change management plans, evaluating surveys and synthesizing data, facilitating focus groups and gathering results, and evaluating effectiveness of change management programs to lead management in staff adopting change across the organization.
Yes, but: Report regularly on all key primary risks to Management Team and appropriate Board Committees including providing rationale for the drivers of changes between periods.
Be smart: Ensure risk assessments are completed maintained in line with its defined schedule or when changes are made to the process inside the workplace via a recognized change management system.
Go deeper: Implement, maintain and continuously improve the R and D GMP Quality Management System including creation/revision/review of SOPs, administration of change management, timely completion of deviations and investigations, out of specifications investigations and follow through, implementation of corrective and preventive measures, compilation of quality metrics, reviews/approval of raw materials and finished products specifications, reviews and approvals of batch records, validations protocols and reports, etc.
Between the lines: Guide processes, analyses, communication, and change management related to CL data assets, with primary goal of improving business decision-making speed and efficiency through alignment of data investments, definitions, key metrics, and usage.
The bottom line: Complete required change and release management lifecycle tasks including the creation and delivery of required change management documentation in preparation for presenting to change approval authorities.
What’s next: Ensure your design directs statistical, financial, or operational studies to support initiatives and may lead process improvement and change management support of large and medium sized projects.
ICYMI: Interface so that your company assists with the carrying out of your organization wide process of organization development that addresses issues as succession planning, workforce development, employee retention, and change management.
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