Agile Change Management: A Practical Framework for Successful Change Planning and Implementation

  • 4h 12m
  • Melanie Franklin
  • Kogan Page
  • 2014

Combining agile project management methodologies and a practical life cycle approach, Agile Change Management offers pioneering tools and techniques to ensure change projects or strategies are delivered successfully and that benefits are realized earlier on in the process.

With concrete tools and best practice advice, Agile Change Management shows how to build trust, influence and motivate others as well as develop plans for implementing structural and behavioral change incrementally to ensure that the overall strategic goals are met and sustained beyond the change program. It explains the context of change in both large scale transformational programs and micro-level business projects and identifies who should be involved at each stage in the life cycle and the tasks that need completing. It also provides benefit management techniques to help identify business benefits and encourages developing commercial understanding and the need for change.

Along with practical toolkit of materials available both online and in the book, Agile Change Management is essential reading for anyone who wants to develop the competencies of an effective change manager working in any project or program.

About the Author

Melanie Franklin is a change management trainer and consultant. Her clients have included GlaxoSmithKline, HSBC, the United Nations and International Red Cross. She is the author of several publications and a regular keynote speaker at conferences worldwide.

In this Book

  • Agile Change Management—A practical framework for successful change planning and implementation
  • Introduction
  • Concept
  • Principles
  • Roadmap
  • Business need
  • Relationship building
  • Environment
  • Resources

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