CDT Releases Organizational Change Management and Business Process Reengineering Frameworks
The California Department of Technology (CDT) has released two new project delivery frameworks: The California Organizational Change Management (CA-OCM) Framework and the California Business Process Reengineering (CA-BPR) Framework.
Release of these two frameworks demonstrates CDT’s continued commitment to project delivery as a top priority of the department. CA-OCM and CA-BPR join Understanding Agile, the California Project Management Framework (CA-PMF), and Software Development Lifecycle (SDLC) Plans and Tools as publicly available resources intended to help departments and organizations achieve their project goals.
CA-OCM is designed to assist organizations in managing the people side of change in order to achieve the desired business outcomes. Similarly, CA-BPR was created to help organizations maximize the capabilities of technology by optimizing their business processes. Both frameworks offer guidance through the use of resources, tools and templates, as well as narratives describing where both CA-OCM and CA-BPR activities should be performed in the Project Management Lifecycle.
Both frameworks are companions to the CA-PMF and are written in the context of information technology implementation efforts but are also applicable to any type of project that requires organizational change or improvement to existing business processes. Additionally, CDT is developing a California Agile Framework (CA-Agile) that will be developed and published in an incremental and iterative manner with the second part available in Fall 2017.
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