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Change Management: What do Project Managers Need to Know?

Projects create change for the people in the organization where we are working. And the success of your projects will often depend on how well you manage that change process.

But dealing with emotions and arguments is uncomfortable. So, too many project managers shy away from it. They either leave it to a ‘change manager’, or worse: they ignore it.

That is a big mistake. So, in this feature article, we’re offering a primer in Change Management. We’ll tell you what it is, how people respond to change, and the main pointers you’ll need to manage change effectively.

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What is Change Management? | Video

What is Change Management?

Change Management is like a companion to Project Management. To be skilled at either, you need to be capable at both. So, what is Change Management?

So, what is What is Change Management? | Video?

Dr Mike Clayton is founder of
Here, he answers this question, in under 5 minutes.

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What is the Change Curve? | Video

What is the Change Curve?

There is no single change curve: there are many. And they are all useful to a Project Manager involved in change.

So, what is the Change Curve?

Dr Mike Clayton is founder of
Here, he answers this question, in under 5 minutes.

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Use Kurt Lewin’s Freeze Phases to Guide Change

Use Kurt Lewin's Freeze Phases to Guide Change

Kurt Lewin’s Freeze Phases is one of those models that every change agent and Project Manager should be aware of.

Three Steps on the Journey of Change

Change is never-ending. Furthermore, it is a necessary part of Project Management. Yet managing it effectively is one of the principal challenges for organisations and their managers. So what is the process to support effective change in the people who make up our organisations?

This was a question addressed by one of the twentieth century’s leading thinkers in workplace psychology; Kurt Lewin. Among his many contributions to our understanding of organisational life is a three-part model of change. It has come to be known as the Freeze Phases model.Continue reading…