Best Practices for Effective Change Management Communications

Best Practices for Effective Change Management Communications
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2020 will forever be remembered as the year we experienced great change.

From “virtual-first” employee engagement, to fully remote work and geographically dispersed teams, strategic HR in our “new normal” evolved at a rapid – and unexpected – rate. With solution agility now seen as the key to solving the human capital chaos of these uncertain times, Avature’s change management team has been quite busy as more and more enterprise organizations leave behind their legacy HR software suites in favor of Avature’s flexible and highly configurable one-platform approach.

Earlier in the year we sat down with Avature’s guru of all things change management, Jacklyn Giannitrapani, for an in-depth interview on the topic. And while we covered a lot of ground in our wide ranging discussion, we mainly focused on the change management basics. Given the recent influx of customer interest on the topic, we decided to dig a little deeper into one of change management’s toughest challenges – effective internal communication. From timing, to intent, to channel, this blog post will take a look at some of Jacklyn’s recommended best practices for engaging, informing and communicating with employees in the face of imminent change.

Let’s dive in!

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