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distribution, and management of communications. As well as, supporting and engaging senior leaders. They also serve as a coach for individuals in managerial and supervisory roles and project team roles. Change managers collaborate with other professionals within the corporation. They do everything from tracking and reporting issues to managing stakeholders to defining and measuring how successful the changes are. Change managers are an asset to any organization (Prosci, 2018). Conclusion The key takeaway here is this - change managers are not one-hit wonders. You do not just bring them in for a project; you keep them around to handle change throughout the business. A change manager ensures that all senior leaders and executives are equipped to step into the role of change sponsor. What does that mean for the organization? It means that everyone from the top floor to the bottom floor will be ready, willing, and able to tackle any change that comes down the pike! Bottom line…change management is necessary for the sustainability of our company.
5 References APMG International. (2018). What’s the role of change manager? Retrieved from - international.com Change Management Coach. (2018). Benefits of change management. Retrieved from Deepti. (n.d.). ITIL change management roles and responsibilities. Retrieved from Prosci. (2018). Change management job description. Retrieved from

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