A Key Ingredient for Project Management Success: Change Management
Anne Marie DiNardo
PMIWDC Non-Member Rate
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About the Presentation
What is a key outcome of a project implementation? Change! Successfully implementing change requires systematic engagement of key stakeholders, managing risks, and effective communications. Project managers can establish a strong foundation for the project by developing a shared vision for the future state and then support the client to successfully navigate the change and sustain the gains.
Project managers need to develop integrated project plans that take into account not only system/technology requirements but also client program strategy and people-centric impacts. Important components to consider include:
• Change sponsor and change network
• Strong business case for undertaking the change
• Stakeholder impact and change readiness
• Engagement plan to include feedback loops to support two-way communications
• Making the change stick after the ‘project’ is completed
Change is most successful when there is visible client sponsorship and it is guided by a clear roadmap for action. Through this interactive session, learn tips and best practices on how to best incorporate change management into your project plan and then bring home a completed worksheet as a mechanism for putting the knowledge gained into action for your future projects!
Contact guard at front desk for access to Suite 1600. Networking 11:30 - 12:00. Bring your own lunch.
KForce Government Solutions
2677 Prosperity Avenue
Fairfax, VA, 22031
Networking 11:30 - 12:00
Bring your own lunch.
Parking available across the street on Prosperity, next to District Taco.
Soft SkillsNegotiation / Conflict
Tools and techniques for negotiations and conflict management / effects of personality traits, etc.Sociological
Managing diverse teams: effects of culture, generation, gender, etc., on management / communication needs
Hard SkillsCertifications Preparation
Instruction / guidance on preparing for PMI certificationsTools
Specific tips and techniques in the use of PM tools (SW, other)
About the Speakers
Anne Marie DiNardo
Anne Marie DiNardo has over 20 years of experience leading projects from large-scale web-based platforms to comprehensive strategic communications solutions for the public sector. She is an expert in a range of Organizational Change Management disciplines including strategic planning, communications, training, online/digital outreach, public speaking and facilitation, interpersonal communications, knowledge management, website/intranet design and content development, storytelling, and writing/editing. She has led numerous high-profile initiatives that include helping position organizations with a focus on branding, conducting outreach campaigns to engage key stakeholders (internal and external) to reinforce program participation, leading user adoption efforts for web-based tools, and launching knowledge sharing platforms for international audiences. She is currently a Stakeholder Engagement and User Adoption Lead for REI Systems supporting both Advisory Services and Open Government business units, and has worked at various consulting companies including The Manoff Group and Deloitte Consulting. She also worked at C-SPAN Television in a number of roles which include media relations and online community building. She earned a Master’s degree in Communications, Culture and Technology from Georgetown University, a Master’s degree in Public Relations from Boston University and a Bachelor's degree in Television-Radio from Ithaca College. She has been a certified Project Management Professional since 2006.
About the Dunn Loring
The Dunn Loring Local Community (Formally Fairfax) will take place at KForce Government Systems (KGS). Their building is across the street from the Dunn Loring metro stop. PDU credits are available for Project Management Professionals (PMPs).