A Guide to Executing Change for the Project Management Team: Participant Workbook

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John Wiley & Sons, Feb 24, 2009 - Business & Economics - 48 pages
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Executing Change in the Organization

In today's fast-paced environment, organizations put a premium on project management team members, like you, who can react and move quickly in response to changing conditions and pressures.

A Guide to Executing Change for the Project Management Team offers you and your other project management team members the information and tools needed to successfully execute change within your team and ultimately your organization. During the course of the Executing Change in the Organization workshop, you will help to establish the framework and structure for your team's project and identify and address the key issues that will impact your team's change process.

A Guide to Executing Change for the Project Management Team is the hands-on resource for guiding you in your pivotal role to drive change successfully in your organization and keep one step ahead of the competition.

Your team will

  • Determine the resources requirements

  • Build a conceptual work plan

  • Identify the risks and obstacles

  • Develop the information needs

  • Create a project calendar

  • Address issues of communication

  • Establish the measures and indicators


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Determine the Project Structure
Determine the Project Resource Requirements
Identify Project Risks Obstacles and Barriers
Determine Information Needs
Build a Project Calendar with Events and a Timeline
Identify Measures and Indicators

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About the author (2009)

Wayne R. Davis is a senior partner with The Ryan Group, where he heads its consultancy practice serving a diverse client base in both the private and public sectors. His client responsibilities include domestic as well as international engagements working with management and senior leadership on planning, change, and performance improvement. Davis is the author or coauthor of several books, articles, and papers including books on organizational change, such as Game Plan for Change and Team Performance Inventory, both from Pfeiffer.

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