Project Management – Change Management in execution of major oil and gas projects

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Project Management – Change Management in execution of major oil and gas projects

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Project Management – Change Management in execution of major oil and gas projects

  1. Summarize your problem or opportunity definition
  2. Develop a list of possible alternatives strategiesfor addressing your problem or opportunity: In this section of your essay, you are not yet at the point of suggesting the best set of recommendations, but you are trying to be creative and explore all the different ways that the problem or opportunity might best be addressed. This is suggested as it will foster greater creativity in your process. The end result here will be a list of alternatives from which you will choose your final recommendations. These can be relatively brief descriptions via bullet points.
  3. Recommend Chosen Actions: Based upon your review of the various alternatives, select one general approach you believe represents the best plan of action. Describe the specific components that are key components in your overall recommended approach. These might be seen as the delineation of specific tactics to realize the ends that you seek via your given approach. Fully support your reasoning for why you are choosing this particular plan of action.
  4. Define Metrics for Success: Describe some of the kinds of metrics that would show that you have been successful.

Issues to be covered

  1. Change Management models
  2. Should cross-functional teams lead the change management models?
  3. Project Changes, Antecedents, and Influences
  4. Types and Classification of Changes
  5. Change Causes
  6. Change Effects
  7. Changes and Project-related Attributes
  8. Changes and Human-related Attributes
  9. Change Management Practices
  10. Identification and Classification of Factors
  11. Project-related Factors
  12. Factors related to Project Management Practices
  13. Human-related Factors
  14. Change-related Factors
  15. Survey Results and Ranking of Factors Contributing to Design Changes
  16. Demographic Analysis of Survey Participants
  17. Ranking of Factors Contributing to Design Changes
  18. Analysis of Results and Discussion of Findings
  19. Project Scope Definition
  20. Level of Schedule Overlapping
  21. Project Management Team’s Work Experience
  22. Validity of the Survey and Results

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