The differences between Project Management and Change Management

Leaders often undervalue the distinct roles of two management subjects. Project management is a business decision enabler while Change management is a people behavior enabler. The job roles require different skill-sets.  

A leader works with the project managers to enable the business by launching projects and achieving set goals by managing people’s time and business deliverables. A leader works with change managers to communicate the executive vision to the entire organization, sharing why the change is important. The change agents wears the ‘people hat’ and supports the leader to promote his/her value system building awareness, knowledge and desire for change.  

© Minnie Juneja

 People Change & Transformation

 
 

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