Can you act on your assessment?

Do Change Impact Assessments give you actionable knowledge?

At #acmpconnect (on-going Change Management conference, moved from Anaheim, CA to online) Saketh Chinni and Wayne Burkan challenged this in their live session “Mastering Change by Breaking the OCM Mold” – where they also questioned other parts of “standard” Change Management approaches in a refreshing and, for some, provocative way.

Their point was that an Impact Assessment showing High/Medium/Low impact doesn’t really tell you what to do – and if you then start averaging the assessment scores to show traffic lights in a status report, you go from harmless to harmful use of it.

I loved it 😉

Only do Change Impact Assessments if it will give you 𝗻𝗲𝘄 and 𝗮𝗰𝘁𝗶𝗼𝗻𝗮𝗯𝗹𝗲 information.


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“Be gone!”

Those are the words of Betty from Bruderheim. Expressed when she faces change in her workday. Fortunately, Betty is fictional. She’s a persona, developed to