Project Management

At work, change is often a subtle, accumulative process that generates new work practices or habits and becomes accepted in normal day-to-day operating activities.  But major change can create a significant disturbance to this feeling of normality and cause adverse reactions in people.

Sometimes changes are inevitable.  Only the pro-active management of such changes can minimize the reactions to, and the consequences of, the changes in such a way that these changes actually contribute to your organization's future success.

If you are to be effective in this pro-active mode, you need to determine in advance the strategy and tactics of introducing a major change.  This is why you must plan to avoid difficulties, or at least, attempt to reduce them to a controllable level.

The process of ITM Project Management offers you a dynamic way to control change effectively in a structured manner.