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A Case Study on Change Management Op Model Improvements

A Case Study on Change Management Operation Model Improvements:

MetaPM were engaged to assist a client to make improvements to their Operating Model as they had identified a lack of coherence, collaboration, efficiency and risk management across the organisation when it came to decision making and change implementation.  The approach to managing projects and change initiatives across the organisation required redesign. This included governance and new management frameworks that would provide structure and standardised approach to implementing change. As well as the development of core capability skills within the management team.

The following is a case study that highlights the challenges involved in this case, how MetaPM approached the project and provides the end results.

VMIA change management op model case study

 

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