Lesson 1, Topic 1
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The fundamental steps for change


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Organisations will have to face change by implementing the following practices:

Enhance the project manager and / or the PMO

The project manager and the PMO must be able to concentrate on the strategic goals of the organisation. Strategy and results must be always aligned. To do this, a project manager must have authority and be able to change course if the project is not achieving the goal.

Evolve in traditional delivery metrics

This means, including KPIs that evaluate the organisation’s progress in achieving strategic goals. The project managers and the PMO should therefore not rely solely on the use of traditional delivery metrics.

These new KPIs evaluate the organisation’s progress in achieving its strategic goals. The project managers will take care to ensure that the KPIs at the organisation level are reflected in the business results and KPIs at the project level.

Reorganize and retrain project managers

In light of new technologies, project managers must embrace all those skills that enable them to deliver projects and programs successfully. For this reason, they must be trained on all the new tools and knowledge.

It can be inferred that these changes and disruptive technologies represent important factors for organisations and, in turn, for the workforce. Therefore, a robust organisational change management program is a top priority to help organisations stay in the market with greater success and predictability.

Project managers, together with the PMO, play a crucial role as agents of change.