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The Prosci Change Management Methodology
Organizations must continually change and evolve to succeed. Yet changes such as technology deployments or new processes often fail because leaders and teams put too much focus on the technical aspects of the change. For successful change, organizations must also focus on the people side—and how to ensure that each individual embraces and adopts the change.
Prosci has been conducting in-depth change research for more than 20 years. We’ve studied how individuals experience and respond to change, as well as the strategies of change leaders around the globe.
Based on our best-practices research, we developed the Prosci Methodology for change management. When applied, it supports individuals in transitioning from the current state to the future state, an approach that leads to successful project outcomes.
The main components of the Prosci Methodology
The Prosci Methodology is one of the most widely used approaches to change management in the world, and it continues to evolve. In response to practitioner feedback and changing customer needs, and to prepare for future change trends, we refreshed the methodology in 2021. The updated Prosci Methodology is more actionable and accessible, and we believe the enhancement will elevate client success in incredible ways.
Although the Prosci Methodology encompasses a variety of models, tools, assessments, processes and more, today it is comprised of three main components:
- PCT Model – a simple but powerful framework for establishing and connecting the most important aspects of any successful change effort
- ADKAR Model – a highly effective model for guiding individuals through the experiences—or elements—needed to make the change
- Prosci 3-Phase Process – a structured, flexible framework for driving change at the organizational level