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Managing resistance to change in projects

Its doubtfull that all projects will experience 100% support during their lifetime with most meeting some difficulties along the way. Of these, one of the most challenging to overcome can be resistance against the project itself – often termed “resistance to change”. When people perceive change as a threat, they will endeavour to resist that […]

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Common reasons for resistance in change programs

As a project manager, stakeholder management can be a complex and sometimes fraught activity. All projects will probably be subjected to a multitude of behaviour types during the execution of the schedule. The community will vary from those that are positive about the project to those that are negative and cause resistance. Having to deal […]

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Managing change as a project manager

Change is inevitable in life. Knowing that change will happen and being willing to go along with it can make a substantial difference. In a business setting managing change can be complex, frustrating and requires both perseverance and patience. When managing change the project manager’s role is as much to do with managing stakeholders perceptions, […]

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Managing Project Scope

One of the key aspects to project management is delivering your objective. That objective may be outsourcing a service, it may be installing a new IT system or even completing the build of a new office complex. As a project manager you need to know exactly what it is your supposed to deliver and develop […]

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