What are some roles that change professionals have left consulting for? Would love to know org, function, and pay range if possible. TIA
I’m from a marketing background and I was hired as a junior in change management instead of CX strategy. I’m scare I’ll be lost and force to work in all these HR and training projects. Any thoughts?
My client things change management is a band aid for poor/nonexistent operational policies. For example: someone isn’t reporting to the right team? It’s a change management issue.
What do you wish you knew about OCM/change management when you first started your career? What would you teach your newbie self? Be as specific as possible in your reflection.
For those of us working with Healthcare clients or in Healthcare, what can we start doing to accelerate healthy change in the industry. It seems like so many people need support and guidance with OCM.
Opportunity- contractor needed for a Change Mgmt analyst role with Fortune 500 company. Contract through 2020, likely extension into mid 2021. DM me if interested or can refer.
What are some of your favorite resources to learn about OCM and build upon your existing knowledge?
What are some ways that you have quantified the impacts OCM has had on your projects? How did you read those out?
Anyone else feeling the need to disrupt and shake up the way Change Management is done in the sphere of consulting? There’s got to be a better way to show value, work faster, & drive behavior change.