Project management standards address change control but are largely silent on change implementation. As the majority of projects involve some degree of organizational or behavioural change, and as project management is now applied to implementation of organisational changes as a specific project type, extension of coverage to recognise specific activities and competencies involved in effective change implementation should be considered in review of project management standards. As input to such a review, this paper presents results of research investigating the project and change implementation practices used, in practice, on projects requiring varying degrees of organizational and behavioural change.
|Title of host publication||Proceedings of the 25th IPMA World congress. Project management - delivering the promise|
|Place of Publication||Brisbane|
|Number of pages||9|
|Publication status||Published - 2011|
|Event||International Project Management Association World Congress: Project management: Delivering the promise - Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre, Brisbane, Australia|
Duration: 9 Oct 2011 → 12 Oct 2011
Conference number: 25th
|Conference||International Project Management Association World Congress|
|Abbreviated title||IPMA Congress|
|Period||9/10/11 → 12/10/11|
|Other||With the IPMA representing the national project management associations of some 50 countries this congress will attract some of the best minds and experienced practitioners in the industry from around the world. The congress provides a unique opportunity for international companies to showcase their services to a global audience of over 1,000 delegates.|
The congress theme Delivering the Promise looks at the heart of what project and program management is fundamentally all about. Project management professionals from a wide range of industries will be presented with challenging ideas and a unique opportunity to learn and network with fellow colleagues and specialists from around the world.