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Using Agile Development Concepts to Help Manage Organisational Change (Part 2)

Whilst incremental and iterative development underpin Agile Development, and Whiteboards and Stand-up meetings are often seen as the public face of Agile, there are plenty of other ideas that we can bring into Organisational Change Management to help us do things better. But just before I get into the details, I want to make a clarification. This set of articles is built around the premise
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Sustainable Change Requires Preparation

Last time I wrote about a simple change lifecycle with a start, middle and end, and I focused attention to the end phase. That may seem a topsy turvy way of looking at things, but the reality is that if we don't think about the end goal at the start, we are going to have serious problems throughout the change cycle. It is generally accepted that change initiatives should be managed as projects. This
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Knowing When Enough is Enough

In an increasingly unstable world, where corporations and individuals are being subjected to manifest and constant change it's frustrating to realise that there are still very few people who understand enough about the management of change to enable change programmes to have the best chance of succeeding. Often, even the simplest concepts are ignored. Given that change generally occurs over a period
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Consider all your Stakeholders

Over the next few days I'm going to change tack a little bit and post some bite size blog entries focusing on some critical success factors and key points of failure associated with operating an effective process management function and performing process improvement. Each of the entries I'm going to post represents an element of process management that is often overlooked, especially in inexperienced
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