Features in change monitoring of change projects management change is always more often as important for the successful management of change projects with project character seen on for some years. This change manager, multipliers and stakeholder analysis communication concepts are introduced. What often still neglected in most previous change projects, is the measurement of how successful the change project is actually about the passage of time. These are typical questions here: How can I measure the success of soft factors with hard numbers? \”, Which key figures give me a balanced overview of the current status of the change project?\” and how I trade the best? ‘. \” The theme of change monitoring \”is currently underrepresented in the literature, but has high attention at the management level as the success of change management in projects currently still too little detectable and the justification for change management is therefore often insufficient. From the daily To derive a few aspects that readers of the article can help to design your own each change monitoring concept and to introduce are of the author’s project experience. Filed under: A. F. Chief of Staff . Includes the following points. Feedback or measuring who has, a change monitoring to introduce should be wondering whether he/she thinks not get feedback of the affected employees (feedback loop) or the measurement of specific numbers (KPIs).

In contrast to change measurements, feedback allow for a more open, less regulated feedback. In addition, that feedback is less anonymous and so personal. To feedback, change measurements are subject to the risk to query obsolete parameters over the passage of time, which is may not be up-to-date in a later phase of the project. For the measurement of concrete figures, however, speaks her fact character (hard facts\”). \”All these aspects are in the context of a consideration, get, we a feedback or measure we change?\” are to weigh carefully. Measuring content should be measured both hard (in euro and) Time) as well as soft (feelings, moods) factors.

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