Change Management + Data Analytics = Change Analytics. So where can we begin learning about this heady fusion?

Change analytics examples. These examples help you measure your influence over an organisational change. The types of measures you can put in place are many. These include: change planning, communications, change readiness, user experience and “making change stick”. Under change planning measures, you might share a “they spoke, we listened and took action” piece. You could quantify how stakeholder workshop feedback was transformed into effective change interventions.
Source: Human Factors Advisory: our book, The Change Manager’s Companion

Data competencies for change professionals

While having greater analytical and data-centric skills sounds worthwhile, where do you begin? The below data competencies help you see the broader, high-level skills needed:

Data competencies for organisational change managers include: 
 1. Structuring 2. Exporting 3. Cleaning 4. Linking 5. Manipulating 6. Segmenting 7. Reconciling 8. Summarising.
Source: Human Factors Advisory: our book, The Change Manager’s Companion
This data relationship example shows a graphical linkage of three things. 1. Stakeholders, 2. individual stakeholder meetings/engagements and 3. identified change impacts.
Source: Human Factors Advisory: our book, The Change Manager’s Companion

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