To address a particular need, organisations will implement specific projects to effect change in the business. As part of their responsibilities, project managers will identify and manage risks associated with the delivery of their projects, typically associated with schedule, cost and quality.
What is often neglected however, is the identification and management of those those risks that are delivered into the business as a result of the change. A project may deliver the required change but at what cost? To avoid, or at least minimise the impacts of these delivered risks in the business it is critical to identify them, and minimise their potential business impact, during project delivery.
We work closely with both project and change managers to introduce a process that can identify and manage risks associated with change.