It’s a new year. Did you make a New Year’s resolution? Many people do. One of the keys to being successful with your resolution is planning. The decision to make a change is only the first step. To ensure you can navigate the transition and sustain those new activities you will need a plan.
It’s similar with your organizational change initiatives. Regardless of the size or complexity of your organizational change initiative a plan is an essential element. When it comes to organizational change, a project plan is not enough. You need a change management or transition plan.
Knowing the difference between a project plan and a transition plan will help you create the right type of plan to build readiness and maximize the level of adoption.
I have created this short video that describes the difference between a project plan and a transition plan. Check it out by clicking the link below
After you have viewed the video. Let me know in the comment section below any insights from the video. Are you trying to use a project plan for guiding your change initiatives? What is one action you can take to create and use a transition plan?
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