Assessing the Change Impact on Specified Stakeholder Groups for Prioritizing Activities.

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Understanding how an initiative will impact the organization and specific stakeholder groups or people is key to designing effective change management strategies. It helps determine where the most change support is needed and prioritize activities and spend. It also helps ensure that all changes – with both direct and indirect impacts - are understood. Additionally, the stakeholder groups that will need to be aware of these changes must be trained on the new ways of working. 

looks_oneReview existing initiative documentation

Requesting existing documentation from the Initiative Manager or Sponsor can come in the form of an initiative charter, business case, timeline, status reports, etc. However, depending on the size of the organization or scope of the initiative, there may not be formal documentation. 

looks_twoInterview leadership for additional insights on initiative benefits and stakeholders

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