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All change

The thing about any project is that it's all about change; a new initiative, policy, line of business.

Yet too often change management is seem as an optional extra, an additional cost, an afterthought.

The CEDAR(TM) process seeks to refocus that and make the change the most central, sacred thing and the projects the means of reaching the outcome and benefits of change.

On the journey, the very best, digestible and actionable advice has come from Lena Ross and her #changehacks approach.

Take a look at her website and perhaps read her books Hacking for Agile Change and Change Management - the Essentials - and rethink where change management should sit in your project framework.

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