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A change of any significance should be subject to a Post Implementation Review the objectives of which are:
Objectively, to assess the change against the original objectives and to measure and compare the costs and benefts of the change against the original cost-justification.
Subjectively, to assess the effectiveness of the change itself and the methods of implementation through reference to those involved in the new process. This should be achieved by face to face discussion but may be complimented by attitude surveys and questionnaires so as to include a wider audience.
It is strongly recommended that all results, both favorable and adverse, are shared with the workforce as a whole since positive proof that a need for change was accurately identified and met, or the humility to 'own up' to having made a mistake will generate the respect of the organisation's employees and provide a better platform for future dialogue.
The last time someone asked you to change did you? Tonight on Managing Change, we will discuss "Why change, when you can adapt". Join in the conversation and share your point of view. 7:00 Pm ET on http://www.blogtalkradio.com/managechange/2014/01/29/why-ch...
Tri-State HRMA President, Margaret McLaughlin shares her history, planned activities for 2014 and perspectives on the HR world with me this evening at 7:00 PM...http://www.blogtalkradio.com/managechange/2014/01/15/margaret-mclaughlin--great-expectation-for-...
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