Based on Prosci's research of the most effective and commonly applied change, most change management processes contain the following three phases:
The first phase in Miles Ahead methodology is aimed at getting ready. It answers the question :
"how much change management is needed for this specific project?" The first phase provides the situational awareness that is critical for effective change management.
Outputs of Phase 1 :
Sponsor assessment, structure and roles
Phase 2 - Managing change
The second phase of Miles Ahead process is focused on creating the plansthat are integrated into the project activities - what people typically think of when they talk about change management. Based on Miles Ahead research, there are five plans that should be created to help individuals move through the ADKAR Model.
Outputs of Phase 2 :
Resistance management plan
Phase 3 - Reinforcing change
Equally critical but most often overlooked, the third phase of Miles Ahead process helps project teams create specific action plans for ensuring that the change is sustained. In this phase, project teams develop measures and mechanisms to see if the change has taken hold, to the see if employees are actually doing their jobs the new way and to celebrate success.
Outputs of Phase 3 :
Some Facts on Change Management
It is important to note what change management is and what change management is not, as defined by the majority of research participants.
In the phase of Globalization, where not only the possession of knowledge & expertise but also the presentation of facts have become utmost important,
it is really quintessential for an organization to embark its personnel towards an outright business personality, who is not only an official fragment but a thorough executive.