A description of the steps, considerations and obstacles to the design and creation of a corporate change management entity.
Uploaded by garrettgitchell on 06/27/2010
Digital publication details: 15 pages.
The Change Manager for Domino provides change reporting, change management and change auditing for ALL Domino Server R6+ configuration and security settings (plus Registry Keys, ACLs, Log Entries, User Certification, User Sessions and Groups), as well as allowing Configuration Snapshots, Benchmarking, Server Configuration comparisons and Directory validation. The Change Manager assists with Problem Solving and Quality Assurance of changes (especially if servers in your environment are maintained by multiple Administrators), and ITIL/SOX/Auditing Compliance. http://www.ionetsoftware.com/change
Uploaded by ionet_software on 01/18/2012
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Are you going through, or about to go through, a journey to success? If you are, then great! However, you need to change your negative to positive thoughts first. A lot of successful entrepreneurs have to go through that. If you are wondering why you need to do it, or how to do so, you’ve come to the right place!
Uploaded by fanomar on 12/26/2012
Digital publication details: 4 pages.
Opening up an organisation to Change
Uploaded by chrisphillips-maund on 03/19/2011
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This unit of competency is all about being able to manage your skills and priorities in the workplace. It will help you with the skills you need to demonstrate competency for the unit BSBINN601B Manage Organisational Change. This is one of the units that make up Advanced Diplomas in Business.
Uploaded by catrinadaly on 03/25/2012
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The United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN-HABITAT) developed this guide for city planners and other allied professionals to better understand, assess, and take action on climate change at the local level. While climate change is a global issue, this guide is specifically intended for urban communities in low and middle income countries where the challenges are unique and the human stakes of planning for climate change are particularly high.
Uploaded by unhabitat on 11/15/2011
Digital publication details: 202 pages.
The Role and Scope for the Private Sector in the Provision of Non-Financial Climate Change-Related Services Relevant to Water Infrastructure. (2010) Working Note #26. Man-made climate change is affecting water infrastructure in all regions of the world, affecting large numbers of people in their daily life and the development of their societies. As part of the World Bank Water Anchor's analytical and advisory work on water and climate change, consultants have investigated how private sector services to infrastructure may address the challenges related to climate change while, at the same time, improving development opportunities for people
Uploaded by christinadianparmionova on 07/21/2012
Digital publication details: 44 pages.
A theory of change is a purposeful model of how an initiative—such as a policy, a strategy, a program, or a project—contributes through a chain of early and intermediate outcomes to the intended result. Theories of change help navigate the complexity of social change.
Uploaded by celcius233 on 02/14/2013
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Change management is one of the key concepts that corporate personnel have to face. Change is often necessary for survival, but several issues have to be confronted. By recognizing the problems and potential solutions, difficulties can be avoided.
Uploaded by suraqah on 05/20/2012
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This publication lays out a strategy which identifies and presents a broad framework for integrated water resources planning and management, to increase the level of resilience to climate change in Himachal Pradesh. It is based on an assessment of the status of water resources in the state, including the present and planned water utilization examined within a framework of environment, conservation and sustainability. The strategy also examines the present institutional arrangements for water resources management and assesses the requirements for institutional development, strengthening and necessary reform measures to support the development of robust and sustainable water resources management.
Uploaded by christinadianparmionova on 07/05/2012
Digital publication details: 79 pages.