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White Paper – Organisational v Project Change Management

Change Management White Paper

By Malcolm Pascoe

Executive Summary

There is a challenge for change management practitioners engaged on a project to share their focus between organisational change management and project change management activities. Along with defining the difference between organisational and project change management, this whitepaper looks to answer the following question:
How can change practitioners provide a structured approach, and set of activities for project change management to:

  • Identify the need for change management on projects
  • Define the scope of project change management activities
  • Identify the deliverables that project change management will produce
  • Provide ROI criteria for project change management

In the process of answering this question, the white paper provides a 10-step process that can be used to implement project change management on a project.

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