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Resources for Change Management/Training/Communications

 
#1 Resources for Change Management/Training/Communications
25/02/2013 04:48

ChgMgr

Hi all,

To make life a bit easier for myself and my colleagues, I've been putting together a page of resources for Change Management, Training, and Communications. The page is here: http://practicalchangemanagement.blogspot.com.au/p/change-management-resources.html.

If anyone can think of any other resources I should add to the page, I would greatly appreciate it.

Thanks so much for your help!

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#2 RE: Resources for Change Management/Training/Communications
25/02/2013 09:08

Bushy Eyebrow Partner to ChgMgr (#1)

Well, very nice idea, but seems thin on content right now.

Plus not sure how relevant the links are. I mean, it purports to be about change management, then goes in heavy on things like Adobe eLearning Suite. Seems a bit tangential?

The blog bit is good, though.

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#3 RE: Resources for Change Management/Training/Communications
25/02/2013 10:04

ChgMgr to Bushy Eyebrow Partner (#2)

Thanks for the feedback. Do you have any suggestions of resources to add? Thanks!

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#4 RE: Resources for Change Management/Training/Communications
25/02/2013 10:08

Bushy Eyebrow Partner to ChgMgr (#3)

Yes, I liked the article about projects that have been under-sold and the changes that subsequently have to happen.

I'd be interested in reading more about how you can make changes to a project's fees and terms of reference after having sold it... and things like how to handle scope creep, unexpected requests, changes in project direction, etc. Basically change management but from the consultant's perspective of managing the assignment itself

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#5 RE: Resources for Change Management/Training/Communications
25/02/2013 22:24

ChgMgr to Bushy Eyebrow Partner (#4)

Great ideas! I'll definitely look to address them in upcoming posts.

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#6 RE: Resources for Change Management/Training/Communications
27/02/2013 16:50

Stanley to Bushy Eyebrow Partner (#4)

Yes, I liked the article about projects that have been under-sold and the changes that subsequently have to happen.

I'd be interested in reading more about how you can make changes to a project's fees and terms of reference after having sold it... and things like how to handle scope creep, unexpected requests, changes in project direction, etc. Basically change management but from the consultant's perspective of managing the assignment itself

Surely this is down to the engagement manager to handle with the client? Should be a core skill for those managing accounts or even large workstreams.

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#7 RE: Resources for Change Management/Training/Communications
27/02/2013 16:56

Bushy Eyebrow Partner to Stanley (#6)

Sure, but always good to read up and get tips about handling these sorts of situations and in many firms the teams aren't large enough to have a separate/dedicated "account manager" as such for a project :)

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