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By GSMIweb on 22-Apr-10 01:35.

Prosci is releasing a four-part series on "why change management" to provide several different perspectives on how to make the case for applying a structured approach to manage the people side of change for organizational initiatives. This series includes: * Correlation data on the impact of effective change management * Cost-benefit analysis for change management * Case study on project impact of effective change management * Emergence of change management This tutorial looks at the emergence of change management over the last decade. It presents some history and context of change management as a discipline and then presents a number of reasons why change management has really emerged in the last several years.
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By GSMIweb on 22-Apr-10 01:33.

Prosci is releasing a four-part series on "why change management" to provide several different perspectives on how to make the case for applying a structured approach to manage the people side of change for organizational initiatives. This series includes: • Correlation data on the impact of effective change management • Cost-benefit analysis for change management • Case study on project impact of effective change management • Emergence of change management This tutorial shows the correlation between effective change management and the ability to meet project goals - including project objectives, schedule targets and budget requirements.
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By GSMIweb on 22-Apr-10 01:31.

Prosci is releasing a four-part series on "why change management" to provide several different perspectives on how to make the case for applying a structured approach to manage the people side of change for organizational initiatives. This series includes: • Correlation data on the impact of effective change management • Cost-benefit analysis for change management • Case study on project impact of effective change management • Emergence of change management This tutorial presents a cost-benefit analysis for investing in change management. It presents five perspectives on the "benefits" of applying change management on projects in the organization. Given the importance of change in today's environment, these approaches to making the case for change management can help ensure that change management is viewed as a "must have" and not a "nice to have" on the projects you support. Cost-benefit analysis overview
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By GSMIweb on 22-Apr-10 00:53.

CSR Europe has launched its website toolbox on different aspects of corporate social responsibility. It is a huge resource for companies seeking information, standards, policies and practices in a number of key areas of responsible business practice. The content is the outcome of a series of CSR "laboratories" that were carried out by different working groups of companies and other organisations on a series of different issues. The projects were meant to "explore innovative models of business-stakeholder co-operation and produce practical tools for tackling CSR challenges". The content of the toolbox is grouped under five themes which cover business models, communication, sustainable practices, skills, and workplace issues. So, for example, the section focusing on sustainable practices (headed 'Sustainable Production and Consumption - Treading Lightly') includes tools on eco-efficiency, a focus on the financial sector, and sustainable marketing. It gives information on best practices on the environment and mainstreaming CSR, and gives news updates on the same.
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By GSMIweb on 22-Apr-10 00:52.

2002 was a year that inherited a good many rumbles from the previous year. The full implications of the corporate governance debacles of Enron and Worldcom were still working their way through the system, but awareness was high that all the rules had changed. The only thing people didn't know was just how far, or how quickly, things would go. Individuals were called to account through the year, and many articles and enquiries opined about the long term implications for business in general, and corporate social responsibility in particular. Easy comments that Enron - which had maintained a profile of socially responsible community involvement - discredited the CSR movement gave way to a better considered understanding of the breadth of the elements that made up a responsible business. Integrity, ethics and corporate governance had to be the complementary characteristics that supported business programs to improve impact on society. Either without the other gave a false picture. This was a lesson that emerged from the speeches and articles of business leaders and legislators through the year.
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