The Perfect Marriage: Why the true union of project and change management can achieve better results (Members Webinar)

1:00pm Thursday, 24 October 2019
2:00pm Thursday, 24 October 2019

Whether it is a traditional waterfall project; Agile; Lean or an endeavour being managed some other way, it’s clear that organisations have difficulty integrating the technical delivery and the people sides of projects. Thinking about this integration as a marriage… how do you perfect yours?

There have been many research findings to convince us that we get better results when project management and change management activities and plans are interwoven. Research from Prosci showed that 75% of participants in the 2017 study recognised that project and change management integration was important. So strong was this view that this integration was included in the top 7 factors for successful projects.  So why do we still struggle with putting this knowledge into practical application?

In this webinar learn about behaviours and actions that will help your project achieve a perfect marriage.

This webinar is aimed at practicing change managers, particularly those at the Master level of the Change Management Institute's Change Manager Competency Model. Though anyone in the change field is welcome to participate!

This event is part of our quarterly theme of Change is changing, which will also be explored by our Australian Chapters through to the end of 2019.

About our Speakers

Camille Clerc
Camille has been persuading people to do all sorts of things in her more than 20 years’ experience in a broad range of operational leadership, change management and human resources roles. 

Camille has a proven track record in change management, people leadership, coaching, facilitation and business transformation. 

David Pink
David has been delivering projects across a variety of industries in both private and public sectors for the past 18 years.

A focus on delivering positive outcomes through establishing rigor, building high performing teams, combined with superior stakeholder management; but acknowledging that delivering within the historical triple constraint is not enough if the basis for effective business change and benefit realisation is not established.

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Times are 1pm to 2pm AEDT  |  3pm to 4pm NZDT. 


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