10 key considerations when selecting a change management methodology

Posted by Anne-Lise MacKenzie on Nov 27, 2009

Selecting a change management methodology that is right for both you and your organisation can be a complex process. There are a wide range of considerations to take into account from what you want it to actually do, through whether you can adapt it meet your specific needs to how you are going to maintain it once you have implemented it.

Like any decision of this nature, the more time you can spend on the analysis of a number of options - and the less time spent on working out the key issues - the better. With this in mind we have prepared a guide with the 10 key considerations you should bear in mind when selecting a change management methodology. You can take a copy away here.

Good luck with the analysis. Hopefully we have fast-tracked the initial planning part of the process.

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