Recapping: Making the Case for Organizational Change Management
Have you engaged your OCM Partner Lately?
On May 16, Michelle Miller, CEO of M3 Ultimate Solutions, joined us along with some of her strategic partners to highlight the importance of including an Organizational Change Management (OCM) resource in our projects.
But wait, we already have a great change control process in place, so my project is covered, right? Maybe, but maybe not.
Our Key Takeaways:
OCM supports not only training and communications related to the solution your project will ultimately present, but a thoughtful approach to support adoption of your solution. So engage your OCM or similar resource early and often. Factor OCM into your Charter. Make sure your RACI covers accountability for OCM requirements.
Michelle recommends Project Management and Organizational Change by Lynn Crawford, et al (available via the PMI site) to help you dig deeper on this topic.
Thanks to Michelle, her partners and those who attended! Stay tuned for information about the June program!
Michelle K. Miller, M.S., Prosci Certified is the Co-Founder, CEO of M3 Ultimate Solutions, a full solution management consulting and staffing company who brings Organizational Change Management (OCM) and Information Technology (IT) together by adequately scoping, scaling and solving client problems using customized services with highly skilled and low-cost consultants.
She has over 30+ years of extensive knowledge and experience in Business Management, Organizational Change Management (OCM) and Human Resources (HR). Various clients in different industries: Consumer Goods, Energy/Utilities, Health Care Insurance, Information Technology Systems and Services, Manufacturing, Pharmaceuticals, Telecommunications and many more.
She holds an Master of Science in Industrial Organizational Psychology, Bachelor of Science with major in Psychology and minor in Business. Certificates include: Executive Education in Navigating Health Care Trends, Prosci Organizational Change Management, Advanced Graduate in Labor and Industrial Relations in HR Administration.
She was born a raised in Lima, Ohio but considers Indianapolis, Indiana her home. She has a daughter Tabitha (32) with two grandsons Casey (8), Carter (5) and granddaughter (2) who live in Indiana.
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