ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE MANAGEMENT TOOLKIT

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How do you know when to adjust your plan? Depending on the schedule of your change, choose specific points to evaluate your plan. For example, if you have a year to complete a change, consider if checking in at three, six, and nine months is enough. You may decide that more frequent checks would work better. However, always a consider the needs of your stakeholders via your Stakeholder Register.

 

If there are monthly meetings or daily huddles, adjust communications as needed to accommodate your stakeholders. For instance, a monthly meeting may require a greater level of effort for preparation than an update lasting a few minutes in a daily huddle.

 

Consider these questions:

 

If you answer “no” to any these questions, you may want to re-evaluate your plan.

 

Resistance to change can happen when the program or Change Management Plan is not addressing these questions. If you do not know the answers to these or other questions, consider using a feedback mechanism to learn more from your stakeholders.

 

 

Adjusting and Updating Your Change Management Plan

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