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The country might’ve have gone back to the pubs last weekend, but the question of when it’ll go back to the workplace is yet to be fully resolved. In fact, will workplaces even continue to exist as we’ve known them?
Prosci’s ADKAR model has stood the test of time in the world of change management. But… what if we added a new element to the model? Could it unlock the desire to change?
Our part two piece on coping with change focuses on how, as business change professionals, we can take the lessons from PMO and the corporate classroom to help us deal with change better in our own lives.
People are only born with two fears; the fear of falling, and the fear of loud noises. So, while we all understand that change is scary, we’ve only learnt that through experience – not because the principle of change is wrong.
Exploring the dynamic between PMOs and one of the most demanding, valuable and misunderstood roles in business change management, that of programme sponsors, or – to give them their full title – ‘sponsors of change.’
Anyone who has worked within a large organisation knows that the most difficult thing to successfully accept, embed and land is change. It requires significant effort and, more often than not, these attempts either fail or are left, half-dangling, in the face of an unconvinced and resistant audience.
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