Managing Change Risk with LINQ

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Change is risky. How can I minimise the risk by knowing more about this change and how it will impact the people in the process?
Developing a business case can take months of effort, but I need to get Leadership across the line in the next 2 weeks!
How can I prove that this change will deliever the required benefits and beat my investment hurdles?

Leading change requires evidence to support the value that change will deliver. That evidence can be difficult and slow to capture, which often leaves change leaders managing risk with inadequate information – until now!

When modelling in LINQ, you can quantify the impact that change will have. You get accurate insight into how people will work after the change has been implemented as part of the business case supporting the change.

The impact is removal of the unknowns. No more failed projects. No more scope creep adding cost and risk to your change. Instead, you create stakeholder buy-in and support from the outset supported by collaboration and fact-driven insights. Your people say they no longer feel that change is being done to them.

Changing the way enterprises do Project Risk Analysis and Management

By offering easily-won insights that no one else can, LINQ makes it possible to quantify and manage risk so that projects are successful.

LINQ’s dashboards provide the data to support the change – no more reliance on speculation, hear-say or gut feel.

Accurate information in support of decision making with scope and outcome certainty delivers a quantifiable ROI – before you start your project!

Take the headache out of Risk Identification and Management

We know that Risk Management is often complicated – but it doesn’t have to be.

The superb dashboards from LINQ make it simple to collaborate across your business about project outcomes.

Share those outcomes at the start of the change and create a shared understanding of the ‘why’.

The best way for Project Teams to identify and manage risk

LINQ makes risk identification and management simple and effective with breathtaking speed, creating aligned teams, and quantifying risks.

Capturing in LINQ can be 10x faster than using other tools. LINQ’s structure ensures that models contain the evidence needed for support of your change.

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Don’t do change to people, undertake change with people

By engaging people who may be impacted by change early in the process, and capturing their ideas and aspirations as the future state they will work with, modelling in LINQ helps ensure that everyone gets involved in the change. Engagement is maximised as the entire organisaiton can focus on the benefits change will bring to the business.

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