Managing Change in Organizations: A Practice Guide

Managing Change in Organizations

Organizational change projects are the fourth most common type of project undertaken, but only 20 percent of organizations adopt a formal organizational change management practice. Studies show that organizations achieve higher success rates by using standardized portfolio, program and project management techniques in concert with rigorous change management approaches.

Managing Change in Organizations: A Practice Guide will help project and program managers to:

  • Identify and account for change elements within a project or program plan
  • Create clear and powerful strategies to guide organizational development, and
  • Execute those strategies reliably and effectively.
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