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The Prosci Methodology is one of the most widely used approaches to change management in the world, and it continues to evolve. In response to practitioner feedback and changing customer needs, and to prepare for future change trends, Prosci refreshed the methodology in 2021. The updated Prosci Methodology is more actionable and accessible, and the enhancement will elevate client success in incredible ways.
Although the Prosci Methodology encompasses a variety of models, tools, assessments, processes and more, today it is comprised of three main components:
PCT Model – a simple but powerful framework for establishing and connecting the most important aspects of any successful change effort
ADKAR Model – a highly effective model for guiding individuals through the experiences—or elements—needed to make the change
The success of any organisational change depends on the success of change management in encouraging individuals to embrace, adopt and utilise a required change. The change management methodology itself must be structured enough to be repeatable, but also flexible enough to meet the needs of any organisation. That’s the Prosci Methodology:
The Prosci Methodology enables organisations to manage change wisely. By doing so, it helps employees thrive through the changes they’re faced with and increases the returns on project investments.
You can learn how to apply the Prosci Methodology to change initiatives in your organisation and become a Prosci Certified Change Practitioner by attending Prosci’s Change Management Certification Programme. It’s an engaging, energising 3-day learning experience that gives you the knowledge, tools and skills you need to successfully drive change in your organisation.
Once certified, you’ll have anytime, anywhere access via the Prosci Portal to the Prosci Hub Solution Suite. It offers extensive digital content, resources and tools that help you apply change management throughout your project. Plus it supports you in learning and growing along the way.
The data is clear: even when organisational changes meet technical requirements and milestones, they can still fail to deliver results and benefits. What’s missing? Change management. Organisations that embrace change management are more likely to achieve project objectives, stay on or ahead of schedule, and stay on or under budget.