Master Organizational Change Management Practices
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Major Business Pain Points
Methodology and Tools
Read our concise Executive Brief to find out how implementing an OCM strategy through the PMO can improve project outcomes and increase benefits realization.
1. Prepare the PMO for change leadership
Assess the organization’s readiness for change and evaluate the PMO’s OCM capabilities.
2. Plant the seeds for change during project planning and initiation
Build an organic desire for change throughout the organization by developing a sponsorship action plan through the PMO and taking a proactive approach to change impacts.
3. Facilitate change adoption throughout the organization
Ensure stakeholders are engaged and ready for change by developing effective communication, transition, and training plans.
4. Establish a post-project benefits attainment process
Determine accountabilities and establish a process for tracking business outcomes after the project team has packed up and moved onto the next project.
5. Solidify the PMO’s role as change leader
Institute an Organizational Change Management Playbook through the PMO that covers tools, processes, and tactics that will scale all of the organization’s project efforts.
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