How to deliver change at speed across the whole of your organisation
We all know that organisations in this ever-competing world need to change now more quickly – and deal with larger changes to the way they work – in order to survive. Organisations face constant disruption, looking at how COVID-19 has disrupted everyone is a prime example. It is also driven by competitors, change in demands and innovation. Companies like Uber, Apple, etc, have changed the business model that other companies had held for so long.
Organisations need to become more agile in order to act and change quickly to new demands. Enterprise change management can aid this.
So what is enterprise change management?
You may have heard of the term enterprise change management, but do you know what it is? If you answered no, then you are not alone. It basically means that in order to compete in today’s world and adapt quickly, that the organisation as a whole need to possess the skills and tools to be able to deliver change at speed - in volumes and with the agility required. It’s no longer about a project-to-project approach; it’s about change being part of the organisation’s DNA. Specifically, it’s about organisations investing time, energy and resources to build their organisational change management capabilities and competencies.
Posted by Donna Unitt on 5th May 2020
About the Author
Donna Unitt is a Head of Delivery with experience in managing business relationships across an array of levels and cultures through large IT, organisation and process change projects and programmes. She has a proven track record of successful project delivery and management in large multi- million pound projects. Donna is actively growing the change management capability within Rocket Consulting Ltd, based on her experience of rolling out a similar programme at her previous company and brings over 20 years of IT solutions implementation experience including multi-implementation lifecycles across the supply chain industry to the SIG.
Donna is the APM Enabling Change Specific Interest Group Chair.