Change Management and 8 Pillars In Business Transformation with Janet Robb

Change Management and 8 Pillars In Business Transformation with Janet Robb

Janet Robb


FULL SHOW NOTES
https://podcast.nz365guy.com/180

  • Janet Robb’s brief introduction about her life, hobbies and her career background 
  • A discussion about Janet’s journey to Microsoft  
  • Janet’s motivation on she does and her role in Change Management  
  • Introduction to Change Management  
  • How to manage the Change management  
  • The benefits of Change Management  
  • How to handle Change Management, and what are the common challenges in change management?  
  • The importance of Sponsorship Channel in a project   
  • A discussion about PROSCI ADKAR model Change Management and the eight pillars  
  • Can a Change Management process rescue your troubled project? 
  • What is the role of Change Management in the rescue? 
  • How are the eight pillars of change in business transformation used?    
  • Why is communication so important in change management?   
  • What are the fundamental principles of the eight pillars?   
  • How do you create a vision and strategy for the whole overall project?  
  • A short discussion about Microsoft Adoption Practice  
  • Resources available for people to use to explore more when their project is not working as it should be   
  • Janet’s recommendations to people to ensure a successful outcome of a project 

RESOURCES

Microsoft Website – Adoption Resources
Microsoft Website –Driving Adoption
The Prosci ADKAR Model

Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/nz365guy)

Janet Robb

Janet Robb has worked in the Dynamics world for over 13 years. She is a leading Power platform Community member and runs a power platform conference every year in Ireland. Her passion is for the success of ALL involved within the project both during and after going live. She believes that journey success is harder to achieve without the focus on the “People” element of the change. Janet's goal is for all project owners and Sponsors to value the “Change Journey” as much as the “Technology”.