Getting a bigger bang for your buck! - How organisational change management helps you implement change successfully

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Posted by APM on 10th Jun 2015

On Tuesday 9th June 2015 in Manchester, the APM North West branch hosted it's highly successful annual general meeting and also invited David Miller to talk on change management.

When projects fail to meet their goals more often than not it's because people haven't committed to the new way of working or struggle to change their skills and behaviour. This event will help you make a powerful business case for managing change effectively and will give you a framework that has been successfully used in leading global companies.

David Miller, the Founder and Chair of Changefirst, used his 20+ years of invaluable experience to disucss why change management is critical for successful benefits realisation, identifying business drivers for using change management, the role of project managers in change management and the Six drivers of successful change.

Following is the presentation he gave on change management:

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