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Change Management Team Scoping document to establish operational function

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  • 1. To communicate views and aspirations  To receive comments and feedback from the  CEO/ Sponsor To obtain buy-in from CEO on Team scope 
  • 2. Sponsor  Scoping Team 
  • 3. Lack of clarity and focus of the bigger picture  – bridging the chasm between the present and the end state seems to be elusive Uncoordinated objectives and execution  resulting in value not being delivered – lack of leadership, experience and competencies Insufficient drive to deliver results – parties  are not sufficiently motivated and directed towards a common goal, generally suffering from institutional lethargy
  • 4. Creating a high performance team that delivers the vision Shaping  Evolving the mindset  Best practices Creating a result  delivering team that Transition  achieves vision Succession  To facilitate  Change management  Alignment  Hearts & Minds  Key words Vision
  • 5. Shaping Catalyze and promote 1.  change Evolving the mindset  Shape outcomes and Best practices 2.  drive results Transition  Institutionalize 3. Transformation  sustainable Succession performance culture  To facilitate  Change management  Alignment  Key words Mission
  • 6. Process •Change management •PMO •Feedback •Stakeholder ROLES management ( e.g. Game changer GOALS  workshops, F2F Motivator  Transformation interaction, engagement,  Drive  Direction liaison, enrollment, Coordinate  Strategy and stakeholder Integrate   Journey management effort alignment presentations)  Stakeholder •FRD/ LAB Change   Barometer •Planning management Custodian of the  Streamline – vision Interface  Realizing the remove red tape •Weekly update (email)  business case Removing •Town halls, newsletter, internal website  Demonstrate  obstacles/ road benchmark levels of •Investor roundtable blocks leadership, •Info day (media briefing) How to do accountability,  •Fortnightly update meeting teamwork Defining the process •Steering committee  Coach and mentor  •Project committees (SC) Strategic messages  •Key external stakeholder groups (e.g. backbenchers, MPs)
  • 7. 1. Who orchestrate the Transformation 2. Where does Team sit within the organisation 3. Boundary management with the line 4. Communication between CEO and Team
  • 8. Deliverables  ◦ Team Scoping document  Vision, Mission, GRPI and One Page Strategy (OPS)  Team processes, approach. Exit Criteria  Team structure  Team KPIs Buy in from CEO   High level Implementation plan – one pager, milestones Stakeholder mapping ◦ Priority matrix ◦ Communication plan ◦ BTM – Break through Map ◦ Buy-in from CEO ◦
  • 9. High Urgent Low High Important
  • 10. Seniors support Team’s  scope Team’s approach will  Staff are aligned to the  deliver results Team’s approach All required resources  will be allocated to the Team to deliver the results Team has the  competencies and is empowered to deliver the plan Hypotheses Assumptions
  • 11. Alignment Continued leadership   Result delivery support  FRDs launched as  Excellent Project planned  Management execution Quick wins delivered as  planned Timely corrective  Change agents are action  identified and mobilized Visible rewards and  Feedback from  consequence stakeholders on program buy-in matches or management exceeds expectations Success Measures Key Success Factors
  • 12. Board Sponsor Admin TEAM PMO Facilitators
  • 13. Transformational Role TEAM Organi sation Time (Months) 12 24 35
  • 14. Shaping To manage the   transformation through Evolving the mindset  change initiatives Best practices  A transformed  Transition  organisation Transformation  A balanced  Succession transformation journey  To facilitate for organisation  Change management Shaping outcomes and   Driving results Alignment  Key words Vision
  • 15. Transformation Direction  Strategy and effort alignment  Change management  Streamline – remove red tape  Removing obstacles/ road blocks  How to do 
  • 16. Game changer  Motivator  Drive  Coordinate  Integrate  Journey management  Stakeholder Barometer  Custodian of the vision  Realizing the business case  Demonstrate benchmark levels of leadership,  accountability, teamwork Defining the process  Coach and mentor 
  • 17. Change management  PMO  Feedback  Stakeholder management ( e.g. workshops,  F2F interaction, engagement, liaison, enrollment, stakeholder presentations) FRD/ LAB  Planning 
  • 18. Weekly update (email)  Town halls, newsletter, internal website  Investor roundtable  Info day (media briefing)  Fortnightly update meeting  IM steering committee  Project committees  Etc… 