Course: Fundamentals of Change Management (CM2-03)
Virtual and In-Person Instructor-Led Duration: 2 Days
Online Self-Paced Duration: 16-20 Hours
Organizations continually struggle to define a change process that is fast and efficient while accommodating change based on their needs. Many organizations have changed or replaced their change process multiple times without understanding the dynamics
of change or the building blocks needed to facilitate change management.
Struggles with item re-identification decisions and the required level of visibility of changes directly impact the ability to develop and maintain the digital twin. The management of change includes understanding its impact throughout the entire
organization and the total product/solution lifecycle.
This course introduces a closed-loop change process and identifies several enabling building blocks that reside outside the scope of the change process. The concept of Enterprise Configuration Management (ECM) is dependent upon those building blocks.
It also provides a decision tree that defines the proper rules for managing re-identification and ensuring full visibility of the digital twin.
This course also addresses the cultural changes that must be understood and implemented to facilitate the needed improvements in the change process. The end goal is to always present the organization with requirements that are clear, concise and valid.
That can only be achieved by a fast and efficient process that accommodates change.
Additional Course Information
- Certificate is awarded upon successful completion of course and multiple-choice exam
- CEUs granted through Purdue University
- Standard Individual Student Price: $1,000 - $1,350 depending on modality