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Prosci Delivering Project Results Workshop is a training program for UNC Chapel Hill employees who work in project and change management. It is designed to introduce the value of change management to project managers so they will be better equipped to help teams  adapt to change and understand its benefits. In this results-oriented workshop, participants will reference their active projects to establish the intent, objectives, scope, workstreams, milestones, deliverables and timelines of a change management strategy. After the workshop, participants commit to put their learning into action by considering how much change management their project will need, how to begin to bring change management into their project and who to go to for further support or assistance with change management.

Required prework: attendees must submit a detailed description of an active project. The project you submit will be the basis of your work throughout the training as you put key tools and concepts into practice to define your change management strategy.

Operational Excellence’s From Problem to Project workshop is a prerequisite for attending this course.

Learning Outcomes:

At the end of this workshop, participants will be able to:

+ Define change management
+ Lay the foundation for applying change management on projects to improve outcomes through increased adoption
+ Identify impacted employee groups
+ Understand how change management drives better adoption and usage
+ Build a common language and vision of change management
+ Build support for change management with project teams

Please visit Carolina Talent to sign up for our next session.

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