Putting numbers behind Change Management in IT projects
Does top management ownership actually matter? Is trust a key component in successful implementation? What constitutes efficient communication?
Join us for an inspirational afternoon session on our joint research project on change management in IT projects.
Implement Consulting Group and University of Oxford are collaborating on an interesting research project set out to put numbers behind what works and what does not when it comes to change management in IT projects.
We have collected data from more than 100 IT projects and would like to invite you to join us for an afternoon of inspiration and knowledge sharing, as we dive into the results of our extensive research project.
We believe that there is great potential for optimisation by focusing on the right things. In the research data, we see some very interesting patterns emerging in relation to some of the classic beliefs such as executive sponsorship, communication, trust and involvement.
As a participant, you will not only learn about the latest research, trends and issues within change management, but you get to discuss and share experiences with a large group of like-minded change management interested practitioners. More specifically, you will:
Welcome and purpose Keynote speech: Alexander Budzier, Fellow at University of Oxford.
Putting numbers behind change
Breakout sessions/deep dives into selected topics
Teach-back and discussion with like-minded people
Thank you for today – tapas and wine
Implement Consulting Group, Strandvejen 56, 2900 Hellerup.
Free of charge
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