Managing Change Using Road Maps and Transition Planning
Monday, April 15, 2024
In today’s rapidly evolving business landscape, change is inevitable. The quality of planning and execution impacts the success of any change initiative. Road maps serve as strategic blueprints that outline the steps, milestones, and resources needed to move from the current state to the desired future state. They clarify the path forward for all stakeholders, ensuring alignment with organizational goals and objectives.
Transition planning complements road mapping by focusing on the tactical aspects of change. Transition planning involves identifying potential risks, allocating resources, and engaging stakeholders to ensure a smooth transition from one state to another. Transition Planning is crucial for risk management, as it allows us to anticipate challenges and implement mitigative measures before they escalate.
As a business analyst, architect, or change manager, discover how to leverage architecture to craft road maps and transition plans that surpass conventional PowerPoint or Visio diagrams and briefings.
In this session, you will learn how to:
- Apply architecture to Road Mapping and transition planning fundamentals to develop actionable decision insight.
- Conduct project dependency analysis to proactively identify and mitigate potential hidden risks in your project lifecycle.
- Link project and change initiatives to strategic outcomes.
Participants will receive access to roadmap and transition planning architecture patterns.