Organisations make changes to enable them to achieve a business goal or resolve a business problem. Business results are achieved when a project is successfully implemented, moving some part of the organisation from current ways of working to new. The future state and full return on investment (ROI) are achieved only when individuals do their jobs differently – they need to make their own transition from their current state to their future state.
Using Prosci® change management helps to increase the likelihood of achieving full ROI on business change projects and programmes. Prosci’s research has shown that, compared to projects with poor change management, projects with excellent change management are much more likely to meet key success indicators. Among projects with excellent change management:
- 94% meet or exceed their objectives;
- 71% deliver on schedule; and
- 81% come in on or under budget.
The Prosci methodology is based on engineering principles enriched through empirical research and extensive benchmarking of worldwide change management practices. It can be used in tandem with other formal business change methodologies, for example PRINCE2, MSP, Lean and Six Sigma. The Prosci toolkit helps individuals and organisations to create change management strategies focused on moving employees from old ways of working to new - realising full business transformation.
More than 4,500 organisations worldwide have adopted the Prosci change management methodology, which includes the Prosci ADKAR® model of individual change.
ADKAR is a research-based, individual change model that represents the five milestones an individual must achieve in order to change successfully. ADKAR creates a powerful internal language for change and gives leaders a framework for helping people embrace and adopt changes: Awareness, Desire, Knowledge, Ability and Reincofcement.
CMC and Prosci
As the Prosci Primary Affiliate for the UK, Republic of Ireland and Singapore, CMC has the knowledge and experience to support you and your organisation in applying Prosci’s best practice approach to position your change projects for success. If you are interested in reading more about a specific Prosci course take a look at the course list.