Applying Consistent Change Management During Everchanging Agile Projects
Agile project methodology has dominated the technology project management world for the last two decades. While any technologist or project manager can speak on the clear wins and benefits of the methodology, it often poses problems for change managers who are trying to provide consistency and stability to stakeholders throughout an ever-evolving project timeline and project status.
This session guides change managers through the basics of what it means to be Agile and how you can fit what is often a linear change management strategy into a cyclical Agile methodology. From updating your own change model and deliverables to be more agile to tips and best practices on how to guide your stakeholders, this session is meant for anyone who has ever been on a project (technology implementation or not) that felt like they were aiming for a moving target.
1. Review how a change management methodology can fit into the wider Agile Model
2. Construct key change deliverables to be flexible to an Agile approach
3. Provide best practices on how to create consistency and stability to end stakeholders
Keely Middleton is a People & Change Practice Consultant at Propeller with an extensive history in human capital consulting, change management, executive communications, and project management. She is an experienced change leader who is focused on responding with empathy in order to manage large-scale change, engage employees, build meaningful relationships, communicate strategically, and activate leadership. She is an effective communicator committed to delivering personalized, high-impact services that bring teams together during times of heavy change.
Her comprehensive track record in human capital consulting, change management, and customer success leadership has ranged from Big 4 consulting to small startups. Her experience has paved the way for Keely to deliver personalized, high-impact services that bring teams together and create lasting solutions for her clients and their people.
She received her bachelor’s degree in Management from Texas A&M University.
Audience Level: Intermediate - 6-10 years of Change Management Experience
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