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Organisational v Project Change Management

Organisational v Project Change Management

Organisational v Project Change Management: Successful projects consider the people side of the solution being implemented, and bring together project management and change management to achieve the business objectives of the change. If the people impacted by a project do not support and engage in the change, then the planned benefits of the project may not be delivered, or the objective of the project may not be achieved.

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