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What to Do If You Have a Change Process Dodger (Part 1)

Something that doesn’t get talked about as much as it should is how to handle colleagues who, for whatever reason, aren’t engaging with the change practice. Let’s call them “dodgers,” although other terms are appropriate. In an ideal world, your change enablement process would run smoothly – enabling changes to flow and be deployed effectively, efficiently, and safely with little to no unforeseen ...

Change Advisory Board: 10 Tips for success

Change advisory boards (CABs) exist to ensure that all business-affecting changes are tested, reviewed, and approved such that change activity delivers value without crippling the rest of the ...