Telecom MACD & Change Management

$845.00

This AOTMP® University Training Bundle includes five (5) courses that offer foundational best practices for telecom change management.

Description

This AOTMP® University Training Bundle includes five (5) courses that offer foundational best practices for telecom change management.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
(CHM) Effectively Manage Change
Telecom service moves, adds, changes, and disconnects (MACDs) are common activities that can have a major impact on a telecom budget. However, changes in the telecom environment are not just limited to technical and financial. Learn detailed processes for executing a variety of successful change initiatives.

(CMP) Change Management: Preparation
The first, and arguably the most important phase of change management is preparation. In this course, you will be introduced to what change management is, the underlying principle, and what should be taken into consideration when contemplating change. Learn catalysts for change in an organization and who/what can be affected.

(CPP) Change Management: Project Planning
This course provides you with an in-depth look into the project planning process. You will become familiar with the process for creating a robust, holistic project plan draft, as well as the other components that make up the project planning process.

(MMC) Managing the MACD Process
Is your department challenged to keep up with ongoing moves, adds, changes, and disconnects (MACDs)? For many organizations, the constant activity around service changes encompasses a variety of technical, financial, and operational elements. This course offers a checklist to gauge the overall health of your MACD management practice. Learn activities designed to support all MACD management initiatives and strategies for improving the process.

(CEM) Change Management: Executing and Monitoring Change
This course focuses on the next step of change management: the execution and monitoring of the change. You will be introduced to a process lifecycle, which is always in need of updating and refining, as well as five business principles to monitor while executing the change within your telecom environment.

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