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A guide to managing change at the organizational, program, project or team level.



Organizational change is a funny thing. In some cases a change is so complex that no one person has a true end-to-end view of it.

The primary objective of organizational change management is to execute an effective strategy. That's easier to say than do. The following secondary objectives (goals) are how organizations deliver change.

Change management is often painful, political, emotional and error-prone. One powerful tool, that's often overlooked is change management principles.

The many faces of change management.

Organizations only do two things: change and stay the same. It's the organizations that change who own the future.

A few thought provoking quotes related to change management including resistance to change, acceptance and change strategy.

A change that's widely resisted isn't going anywhere.

Change is an inevitable part of business. Organizations change their mission, strategy, structure, practices, processes, systems and products on a regular basis in response to external pressures such as competition.

A directory of change management techniques.


Comparing business terms is dangerous but here goes ...

40+ techniques for managing organization change.

Why resistance to change is no small problem.

Everything you wanted to know about organizational change management but were scared to ask.

Resistance to organizational change is just as inevitable as change itself.

Resistance to change isn't a single business problem — it's 3 distinct business problems.


How to identify and manage project risk for fun and profit.

Change management is often painful, political, emotional and error-prone. One powerful tool, that's often overlooked is change management principles.

A guide that targets the most common problems managers face. Management is about making problems so interesting that people want to solve them ...

There are only 4 types of risk control.


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