LOVELAND, Colo., April 4, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Prosci calls on business professionals to contribute their experiences to the most comprehensive body of knowledge available on managing the people side of change.
Over the past 15 years, Prosci, the world leader in research and content creation in the field of change management, has conducted seven formal benchmarking studies. More than 2600 organizations, including private sector and government agencies, from 65 countries have participated in Prosci's research studies. Today, the company announces the launch of their eighth worldwide Best Practices in Change Management benchmarking study.
Do 70% of change projects actually fail? Prosci's study sets out to explore this commonly cited statistic in addition to many other topics that are currently impacting professionals and business leaders. The study investigates methods for measuring the value-add of change management, how organizations deal with overwhelming change, how organizations incorporate change management job roles, and factors that drive resourcing and budget decisions.
The newest study presents an opportunity for business leaders, project managers, change management team members and consultants alike to share their project stories, perspectives and experiences. This information will be used by thousands of practitioners to support and improve their own change projects.
The findings will be published in the 2014 Edition of Best Practices in Change Management, a compendium report including data from previous studies alongside findings from the current study. Participation in the study is free, and respondents who complete the study will receive a complimentary copy of the resulting published report in 2014, a $300 (USD) value.
For more information, or to participate in Prosci's current Best Practices in Change Management benchmarking study, visit http://www.change-management.com/cm-study-2013.htm. The study will be open to respondents from April 4, 2013 through May 10, 2013. Prosci follows the benchmarking code of conduct and carefully safeguards study responses. Organizations and participants are not associated with their data. Prosci will not release any personal information without the consent of the individual.
Formed in 1994, Prosci is the world leader in change management research, developing tools that enable organizations to manage the people side of change. As a research company, Prosci has conducted seven longitudinal studies over the last fourteen years to create the most complete body of knowledge available in the change management field. Research participants include more than 2600 organizations from 65 countries since 1998, including many of the largest companies and government organizations worldwide. Prosci sponsors the Change Management Learning Center at www.change-management.com. This online resource provides access to Prosci's change management tools and a collection of tutorials, articles, and other change management resources.
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