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The three levels of change management

Posted 03 March 2013
by Allegra Consulting

How do you define change management to project leaders and senior leaders?

When prompted to define change management, you can provide a formal definition, or you can define change management in the context of the concerns and values of your audience. You can present change management as the application of processes and tools on a particular initiative (the technical definition). Or, perhaps you can define change management as a benefit realisation tool, a way to ensure achievement of results and outcomes, or as a vehicle for optimizing adoption and usage.

In the second tutorial of the Prosci series, learn about Project Level Change Management including:

  • What change management is at the Project Level
  • Four tips for applying change management at the Project Level
  • Levels of Change Management – Module 2: Project Level

This tutorial from Prosci and the Change Management Learning Center continues a series examining the three levels of change management. While change management has a singular focus – to ensure that changes deliver intended results and outcomes by addressing the people side of change – in practice it plays out on three distinct levels – the Enterprise Level as an organisational capability and competency, the Project Level as a benefit realisation measure, and the Individual Level as an approach for enabling employees to embrace, adopt and use a change.

For the published overviews and key outcomes of all the “Levels of Change Management” webinar series, visit the Prosci webinar site.

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