682 words, 2.5 minutes read. By Gerard Blokdyk
Management of Change 1 big thing: Provide project management coordination and controls consistent with project and operational needs.
The big picture: Secure that your company coordinates and facilitates focus groups and/or project governance meetings to promote stakeholder engagement and compliance with planned timelines.
Why it matters: Verify that your team works with Operations and Maintenance teams to identify work for the area and generate work order requests based on need and priority for the day/week.
What we’re hearing: “Oversee change management practice in defining and implementing strategies to increase staff uptake of change and minimize disruption of operations during high change activities.“, HES Professional
How it works: Monitor and recommend configuration management changes of various passive and active defensive capabilities, to include, countermeasures, detection methods, and other mitigation strategies, etc.
Meanwhile: Ensure your change management activities target common understanding, buy in and enthusiasm, as well as maximum adoption of new ways of working, new roles, and new tools.
Be smart: Safeguard that your personnel is designing, developing and continuously improving supporting activities automation of versioning and release management, scheduling, security models, impact assessment of new changes, etc.
The backdrop: Change Management Provides active and visible sponsorship for change initiatives in order to drive the adoption and usage of new solutions to fully realize organizational benefits and project objectives.
State of play: Check that your group manages execution of overall change management strategy, ensuring implementations are consistent in processes, tools and services provided to (internal) customers leveraging Choices change management model and methodology.
What to watch: Be certain that your operation provides ongoing collaboration, coaching and mentorship to supervisors and managers during various transitions that empower effective delivery and sustainability of change management strategies and activities.
Yes, but: Utilize change management best practices to create support, inspiration, engagement and alignment from your team members across your organization and in all types of roles.
Under the hood: Ensure Quality oversight of technical/manufacturing changes and lead end to end related change control management, working cross functionally to ensure compliant and timely completion.
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Between the lines: Change Management: Develop change management strategies by identifying key stakeholders, approach, and communication plans for implementation of new processes, technology, and/or tools.
What they’re saying: “Change Management: Assesses the impact of strategic initiatives to ensure that appropriate change and transition plans are in place to engage and inspire caregivers to support a successful change.“, Safety Manager – Specialty Products
The bottom line: Interface so that your workforce is working closely with Change Management Lead and (internal) client counterparts to define change management and communication strategies that effectively support the operational vision and business objectives of the program and help the (internal) client identify key changes in their areas based on their users and activities/processes performed.
What’s next: Make sure your strategy works on complex projects where analysis of situations or data requires an your organization needs in depth evaluation of multiple factors.
ICYMI: Be confident that your staff facilitates organizational learning, change management, and process adoption of Agile via metrics, benefits realization, outcomes, and retrospective findings.
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