As a change management consultant I suggest to you there is a more 'effective change management' approach for ensuring your organizations goals are achieved!
Yes I agree this does require some skills outside of the scope of traditional change management theories.
This is an area of the change management training and implementation service I provide as a change management consultant.
What I hope is the discussion below makes the point that a continual high performance organizational change process can be developed, and it can be installed for your organization to be a sustainable high performance business.
What I believe is that to be a top performing organization firms need to maintain a regular routine process that involves continual review, to continually improve and continually stay ahead.
People assigned to each task also can be represented.
The figure below shows a Gantt chart used to plan a benchmarking study. There are two milestone events, presentations of plans for the project and for the new process developed in the study.
Because on inclusion of Supervisor field, chart will show which employee is being supervised by whom.
Which wouldn’t be of any use because organization chart exhibits hierarchy explaining interrelation between each employee.
Dear Chancellor Wilcox, Congratulations to UC Riverside on receiving the award for Highest Conference Attendance at the first ever UC People Management Conference.
We are pleased with your commitment to the continued development and growth of Riverside’s people managers and leaders as shown by your participation at our conference. We are confident they gained valuable tools that will help their teams’ achieve their goals and maximize their full potential.
It sounds daunting, but it's really just a checklist.