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- Questions About Change
- Part I: Figuring It Out
- 1. What do I bring to the Project?
- 2. How do I identify what needs to change?
- 3. What have we done before, and did it work?
- 4. What other change projects are going on?
- 5. Who are the stakeholders that can influence success?
- 6. What is the water cooler talk about your proposed change?
- 7. What do I need to know before I commit to deliverables?
- 8. How do I measure success?
- 9. Will the change actually achieve the desired outcome?
- 10. How do I avoid scope creep?
- Part 1: Figuring It Out (Part 2)
- 11. What does a good plan look like?
- 12. How do I get the budget to do it right?
- 13. What governance is required to run the project?
- 14. How do I prepare people to work in new ways?
- 15. How do I reduce risk?
- 16. How do I know what resources I need? Risk Analysis
- 17. What makes a good project manager?
- 18. How do I get the Best People to join the project team?
- 19. How do I know if a consultant can help me?
- Part 2: Planning for Change (Part 2)
- 20. How do I set up the project team for success?
- 21. How do I get leaders to personally commit to the project?
- 22. How can I help leaders prepare for their roles?
- 23. How do I describe the better future my project will bring?
- 24. How do I get people to care about my project?
- 25. How do I make my project the highest priority?
- 26. How do I communicate to the organization?
- Part 3: Managing Change
- 27. How do I manage my day job, change project, and Life?
- 28. When is the organization ready for big change?
- 29. How should we celebrate wins?
- 30. How do I get more resources if I need them?
- 31. How do I avoid losing team members?
- 32. What do I do if someone is pulled from my team?
- 33. How do I keep the project team energized?
- 34. How do I manage my stakeholders?
- Part 3: Managing Change (Part 2)
- 35. How can I minimize change fatigue?
- 36. How do I overcome resistance?
- 37. How do I know communications are working?
- 38. How do I get a leader back on side?
- 39. How do I get a new business leader’s support?
- 40. What do I do when I don’t know what to do?
- 41. How do I communicate a delay in the project?
- 42. How do I demonstrate progress?
- Part 4: Making Change Stick
- 43. How do I prevent the return of old ways of working?
- 44. How do I hand over responsibilities to the business?
- 45. How do I record lessons learned?
- 46. How do I Reenter the business?
- 47. How do I plan for post-launch support?
- 48. How do I reward the team?
- 49. How do I keep the change alive?
- 50. How do I show that the project was a success?
- Part I: Figuring It Out
- More Thumbs Down, Thumbs Up Stories
- Who are the stakeholders that can influence success?
- How do I prepare people to work in new ways?
- How do I get people to give up current ways of working for new ways of doing things?
- How do I manage my stakeholders?
- How do I overcome resistance?
- How do I keep the change alive?
- How do I reward the team?
- Travel Stories
- International Runner
- Embracing Greatness
- Ride Like an Egyptian
- Double Lucky Bananas
- The Adventures of Gumby
- Two Strikes and Yer Out
- Cave Drawings
- The Taj
- Magical Elf
- There is Always Time for Shopping
- Valve Creator
- The Mayor of Nordia
- The HR Bell
- The World’s Largest Display
- Don’t Hug the Bunny
- Happy Apples
- Hugging a Palm
- A Marshall’s Runs
- How We Can Help
- Blogging for Change
- Let’s Connect
LinkedIn is an excellent communication tool. Should you use it to connect with everyone? ow.ly/IdDnS
For a few ideas on how to set yourself up for success in 2015: the latest Change With Confidence Newsletter ow.ly/HStye
Here are some good tips from Dan Rockwell on aligning your time with your priorities ow.ly/HSpk7
Beyond measuring progress, year-over-year results measure the value of your metrics, as I learned this week. ow.ly/HRvYP
Here's an excellent visualization of the elements that form an organization's culture. ow.ly/HPdGd
I am looking forward to presenting at #HRPA2015 on Thursday at 3:10: How to Lead Change When You Don't Have the Time. Hope to see you there.
Taking people's picture signifies their importance and meaning, two motivators of change. Here’s why. ow.ly/HrN9Y
Coffee places are excellent business meeting locations. Here's how to make the most of them. ow.ly/H3bFa
If you chose 3 words to help make you successful in 2015, what would they be? Here are mine. ow.ly/GHlxe
Never continue in a job you don't enjoy...you'll like yourself, you'll have inner peace...you will have had more success.--Johnny Carson
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