Combine Centralized Governance with Decentralized Implementation

 

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According to APQC's Transformational Change-Making it Last best practices report, best-practice organizations understand that the key components of managing of any project, especially one that encompasses an entire organization, are ensuring it has the necessary resources (including people with the right skills), it uses a standardized approach, and it can be monitored holistically across all work streams. In this article Baker Hughes and Underwriters Laboratories Inc. (UL)--best-practice organizations in the study--reveal how they combine a centralized team, to develop the plan for and manage the implementation of the organization's transformational change, with decentralized implementation teams, to execute the plan.

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