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Initial results are in!! For the first time ASUG/SAP have created an Organizational Change Management Best Practices Survey focusing on requirements leading practices for OCM! This joint questionnaire is part of the Benchmarking and Best Practices efforts that provide valuable ongoing information and data points on leading practices, costs and outcomes.

There are 125+ respondents to the survey answering the questions of…

  • Why do Organizational Change Management (OCM)? 
  • What value does OCM bring? 
  • What happens if you don’t do OCM?  
  • What are the most important things to do?
  • How much does it cost?
  • How many people does it take?

The survey looks at the practices of “leaders” and “laggards” and the experienced results of each group.

Respondents will be receive a summary of results – and if you didn’t respond already and would like a copy as well, you can continue to provide input to ongoing research via Organizational Change Management Best Practices Survey.

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  1. Marilyn Pratt
    Hi Kerry,
    I understood that this survey is open through August 8th, so I’m assuming the July 13th date is a typo.  As you know, there is an Organizational Change Management in the BPX category so I’m hoping that we can finally turn the tide from conversations about transports and change requests to having support and moderated conversations around this important OCM topic.
    Would like to see folks engaging around this and sharing their experiences: good, bad, and other.  ASUGers can also benefit from the international experiences represented in our communities.
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    1. Kerry Brown Post author
      Thanks Marilyn – we have completed the initial posting of the survey in order to complete our fist analysis cycle.  We had ~120 respondents to the survey from over 110 companies!

      We expect the results to be out in the next week or so and all respondents will receive a copy.

      The survey will remain open for completion, and by responding you will receive the recent results and help contribute to our ongoing best practices and benchmarking activities.

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