Prosci Change Management study 2017

17 May 2017
author picture Article written by Antoine Wouters

As the primary provider of Prosci training in Belgium, France, Switzerland and Luxembourg, and with global reach to many of our valued customers, Nexum is delighted to provide you with the opportunity to contribute your change management experiences to the latest research into Prosci's Best Practices in Change Management.

Prosci has been conducting the bi-annual change management benchmark and best practices research for nearly twenty years, and recently launched their 10th study. This study captures the insights and lessons learned from thousands of change professionals. The study is not methodology-specific, so anyone with experience leading the people side of change is encouraged to contribute.

How you can participate:

  • You will complete an online survey with questions about change in your organisation.
  • The survey will ask you to reflect on both a specific change and how change happens more broadly in your organisation.
  • If you’ve participated in this study in the past, you’ll notice the survey is much shorter and targets the most core change management factors.
  • The survey takes about an hour to complete. 

What you’ll receive:

In return for your time and input, you will receive a FREE one year subscription and access to the eBest Practices. The cloud-based collection of Prosci’s research allows you to access data from anywhere in the world and you can easily search and bookmark findings for your ongoing reference. Current access to eBest Practices costs $480 per year!

Start the survey now

And if you’re interested in Change Management training and associated support to build capability then take a look at the full list of services and courses (designed for all levels of experience) provided by Nexum.

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