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What Is Change Management? Process & Models Explained

To best plan and respond to change, first, a clear definition of change management must be understood. What Is Change Management? The term change management refers to the actions, tools and models implemented to manage different types of change either at the project or organizational level.

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Change management helps when implementing risk responses

Kiron Bondale

A student in a project management class I taught shared the concern that it was very hard for her to get risk responses implemented. Acceptance is a risk response strategy, but project managers are not supposed to just report on accidents, they are expected to prevent them.


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10 Free Change Management Templates for Excel and Word

It’s a cliche to say nothing is constant but change, but cliches grow from truths. Project managers understand this and work hard to create change management plans that ensure their projects run smoothly. If you’re looking for other free project management templates, you’re in the right place.

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Project Management Triangle: A Quick Guide

When managing a project, there will inevitably be changes or other issues that impact the project. To prevent going off schedule or overspending, project managers are always balancing the project management triangle, which is made up of the three main project constraints. What Is the Project Management Triangle?

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Successful Change Management with Enterprise Risk Management

Speaker: William Hord, Vice President of ERM Services

A well-defined change management process is critical to minimizing the impact that change has on your organization. Leveraging the data that your ERM program already contains is an effective way to help create and manage the overall change management process within your organization.

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Who does what in Project Initiation in PRINCE2®

Rebel’s Guide to PM

The Initiating a Project process is designed to “establish solid foundations” according to the 2023 Managing Successful Projects official manual, also known as PRINCE2 7. Agree tailoring requirements The project manager is responsible for working out how to tailor the processes to fit the project. There are seven things to do.

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Unraveling the Causes of Troubled Projects: A Closer Look

Project Risk Coach

In the world of project management, troubled projects can be a source of frustration, stress, and disappointment for both teams and stakeholders. When project managers fail to conduct a thorough analysis of project requirements and dependencies, they are likely to underestimate the effort required.