|Change Management Plan Template
Provide background, link to strategic goals and other changes.
This person leads the change project and is accountable for ensuring the project and change plan are implemented.
Detail what the project will achieve.
Change Objectives and Principles
Provide details of:
Change Plan Elements
What are the main elements in the change plan? [eg people/culture, systems/technology, documentation, positions/roles, process, skills] Each of these elements may require a particular focus in the change plan.
Rationale for the Change
List the drivers and constraints for change. What are the risks for the change process?
Key Stakeholder Analysis
Identify the key stakeholders [consider staff, other work units in SCU, management, unions, students and other clients] and:
Assessment of Readiness to Change
Comment on the status of the change so far [eg is there a high level strategy in place that stakeholders are already aware of and committed to that provides a framework for the change].
What elements might support the change [eg dissatisfaction with current processes; a workplace culture that supports change and innovation].
Is there strong senior support for the change?
Key Change Messages
Identify about 6 key messages to convey about the change process, being upfront about gains and losses. Consider:
Identify Change Elements
Consider the need for particular change support structures [eg a change team, super users/specialists who are trained first and can support people in the workplace, involvement of users/key stakeholders at various stages, change champions in the workplace].
Consider if there is a need for transitional arrangements to support and whether the introduction of the change process needs to be staged.
What will be the impact on workloads and how will these be managed?
Develop Change Plan
Develop a change plan including performance measures [how will you know the change plan is effective?]. Ensure the plan is adequately resourced.
Ensure policies, procedures and performance measures reinforce the changes.
Remove organisational barriers to the change.
Reinforce how changes have provided benefits.
How will the change be evaluated in relation to the achievement of the planned objectives?
How will the change management processes be evaluated – consider summative as well as final evaluations, how can you assess your change management strategies as you implement them?
How will the evaluation outcomes be circulated and promoted to stakeholders?
How will evaluation outcomes be used in other organisational processes?
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3 September 2020
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