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How and why are KM priorities changing?
ILTA recently hosted a session on “Change Management Tools for Success” with Brianna Leung, Director of Strategy and Marketing, Much Law and Katie Davis, Senior Staff Training and Development Specialist, Perkins Coie, LLP and moderated by Rachel Shields Williams, Senior Manager, Experience Management, Sidley Austin LLP
This past week members discussed change management and more...Change Management Every January many of us try to make changes
Embedding LPM is about achieving behavioural change. So what’s involved in trying to change what people do?...Recognize that this is a significant change management initiative
In the last year, the message has not changed, but the audience has become more receptive to the message
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Even the best new tools may fail unless you have a good change management program. In the last few years, chatter about change management in the legal profession has increased significantly. Why do we need change management?
Successful implementation of strategic initiatives is critical for organizations to enable sustainable change. Change Enablers (organizations that are highly effective at organizational change management) demonstrate three practices that improve performance and help them gain a competitive advantage in the midst of today’s volatile global economy
Change is a tricky thing for most...But, what is project management for lawyers really?
I think that it is not so much that there is a need for a change, just a different set of lenses in the glasses we are wearing so that we can see what we are already doing
Co - authored by: Sharon Ford & Paul Duffy How Elements of Change Management Can Help in a Crisis We have heard that change is the new normal, but in a time of crisis, with increased uncertainty, some of the elements important in change management can help place structure around our response and provide a level of calm.
Change management is important to lessen the impact of change. -Discussed change management experiences of all kinds – experiences with no change management where those involved hung on for the ride, ones with a lackluster change management plan that led to failure, and robust change management plans that were well thought out and led to success. -It was agreed that communication is the key to change management