Change Management

The only certain factor you can count on in Project Management is Change. How well do you manage rapidly changing methods and shifting priorities? Find tips for every PM on adapting and embracing change, as well as getting the rest of your team on board.

Scrum Edge Review: Features, Value and Use Ratings

Scrum Edge is an on-demand project management utility. When you’re trying to determine how useful a program is, it’s important first to determine what your needs are. Scrum Edge is designed to accompany the efforts of those project managers utilizing Scrum methodologies. Will this program help you?

How to Make Chronemics Work in Project Management

Chronemics within the confines of team communication is an art and a science that falls under the umbrella of nonverbal communication. Difficult to grasp for the novice project manager, it becomes an invaluable ally for the seasoned professional. Are you hip to the theories–and the practice?

Effectively Communicating Changes Before it Happens

As with anything in life there will be changes. Sometimes you know about the change and sometimes you don’t. As a project manager you have to be prepared for changes, seen and unseen and you have to prepare your team for unknown changes while maintaining the integrity of the project.

A Project Manager’s Guide to Change Management

As the adage goes, “the only thing constant is change.” Change management is now a regular feature in most companies and seamless execution of this process becomes critical for organizational success. Change involves all stakeholders of the enterprise, but is primarily driven by the project manager.

Using the ADKAR Model in Project Management

ADKAR is the acronym for Awareness, Desire, Knowledge, Ability, and Reinforcement. It depicts the five stages for an individual to make a successful change. The steps are sequential and cumulative, and an individual has to attain the goals of one stage before moving on to the next stage.

Leavitt’s Diamond: An Interactive Approach to Change

Leavitt offered a new approach to looking at organizations, in which every organization consists of four interactive components. This approach is now widely used for making organizational change more effective. Keep reading to learn more about these components and their interactive behavior.

Free Sample of a Change Control Checklist

Failure to communicate during an important project can be fatal to success. Find out how to stay on track with a change control checklist. You’ll find included a link to a free, downloadable Word document you can use for this purpose.