1. DOES YOUR ORGANIZATION PRACTICE PEOPLE CHANGE MANAGEMENT (AS
DEFINED IN OUR COURSE AND BOOKS) ON IT PROJECTS? IF NOT, DOES YOUR
COMPANY PRACTICE CHANGE MANAGEMENT OUTSIDE OF IT PROJECTS?
REMEMBER, CHANGE MANAGEMENT PRACTICES ARE FREQUENTLY
I think projects are situational in what principles will work and not work. Based
on past experience, effective communication, understanding that change is a
process, and resistance management are beneficial to project success.
Business Process and Information System
Hammer and Champy consider IT as the key enabler, facilitator and implementer of BPR.
Davenport also says that BPR requires both IT and business process, and the relationship
between the two. This is a clear indicat
I worked in an organization which relied so much on Private Branch Exchange (PBX) option for
communication. However, due to the expensive monthly cost, change was needed to use a more
reliable form of communication in the organization
Greatest Contributor to Change
According to my understanding, with Organizational Change Management (OCM), we
already have change in the organizational structures or cultural changes. What we need to do is
to manage the effect of newly introduced IT infra
Using the principles of organizational change management as described in Lesson B, and
based on your own project experiences, what would you personally say should be the top
three, AND WHY? Draw upon your professional experience as either an IT