In Scope: Managing Projects at UW–Madison
Change Management as Continuous Improvement
Change management is often viewed as a one-time occurrence or a sporadic solution implemented until a project ends. But, sustainable change management happens within the context of addressing ongoing organizational needs and operations. By viewing change management as a strategic competency—rather than an episodic solution—you can start to create a culture of continuous improvement as an ongoing strategy for innovation. This session will discuss human-centered change strategy anchored in a continuous improvement model, instead of “change as a one-time solution.” You will leave with toolkits and templates for stakeholder analysis, change impact assessment, and communications planning.