Developing Change and Sustaining Programs Plan for Enterprise Information Management
Too many EIM and other data-related strategies (Master Data Management, Data Warehouse, Data Governance) sit on a shelf gathering dust because organizations lose the will to execute their plans. This is expensive and disheartening. There are many capable architects and leaders who find themselves caught short on sustaining the change processes required to move towards integrated information.
This class is specifically aimed at planning the steps of a culture change management effort unique to enterprise information management. This class will use an actual EIM program road map as a case study – and cover in detail the barriers to overcome and sustain the many efforts and initiatives required for successful EIM.
Attendees will leave with a basic tool kit for developing their own change management plan for EIM, but this effort can be applied to MDM, Data Governance or any other sub-discipline of EIM.
What attendees will learn:
- Fundamentals of change culture
- How to handle changes issues specifics to EIM efforts
- How to build the change plan
- Developing the change team
- The basics of culture change
- Culture scorecards
- Types of change processes
- Specific issues of change with EIM efforts
- What the “E” in EIM means to sustaining the initiatives
- Discerning information maturity
- Identify and mitigate resistance and turf wars
- How to cross corporate silos
- Building the change plan
- Aligning a plan with business culture
- Building the business case for change management
- Being pragmatic about the culture change plan
- Presenting and utilizing a change plan
- Building and maintaining the change team
- Who should be on the team?
- What does a “day in the life” look like?
- How is change measured?
Lecture, group discussion and exercises
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