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20NTC Session Proposal
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Planning Change Management to Ensure a Technology Project’s Success

Submitted by: Bryan Giese NTEN Member badge |

Description

It’s a sad truth that as many as 70% of technology projects fail. Active change management is one of the most effective ways to assure widespread adoption and success of new programs and systems. Planning, preparing, and communicating during those changes will remove the fear and frustration and help the organization implement a successful project that brings value across departments.

In this workshop, we will present practical strategies to prepare, communicate, and manage change in your technology project. Attendees will work through scenarios that they can apply to their own organization’s technology project, to answer:

  • How do I identify and measure the value of change on my technology project?
  • How do I develop the appropriate communication plan for my project?
  • What is the resistance on my project, and how do I manage this resistance?
  • How do I get support at the beginning and throughout my project?

At the end of the workshop, attendees will have a range of  tools and templates that they can refine and implement within their organization to manage change in their technology project, as well as a clearly-defined outline to address future changes.


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Details

Room

Thurgood Marshall West

Day

Thursday
March 23, 2017

Time

10:30am – 12:00pm

CFRE Credits

1.5

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