Why don’t “the after sales/post delivery worlds” of our project and programme worlds stutter, stifle and stop?
We often talk of organisational change as the key to staying relevant. No matter what the change is – scaled at transactional (operational) or transformational (strategic) – it relies upon the people within. At the core WIFM/U – What is in it for me/us? Is the vision and journey worth the effort?
Changed knowledge, skill, attitudes, perspectives and behaviours of key and core people mean a changed organisation results. These results need to be guided for the future positive. Change means “changing the lights at the same time as keeping the lights on.” An uneasy balance at times of coordinating “hearts and minds” that move at different pace.
CMI® has brought the elements of individual, team, organisational requirements for clear, sustained organisational momentum/movement into a 3-day Foundation (Knowledge and Understanding) and 2-day on top Practitioner (Applied/Analysis/Situational) Certifications. Both follow the same material outlining clear, readable, understandable and practical ways how “we” identify needs at all these levels in order to plan them into project and programme planning.
Delegates, who come from all areas of interest, bring their own stories, refer to a checklist of lessons learnt, gap analysis, and all geared to the exam requirements. It is rich and confidential to look at theory and practice in NZ terms.