The Hard Side of Change Management

When one starts to investigate the wide scope and highly complex nature of a DEI strategy or plan, project and change management become critical skillsets of the individual or team that owns it.

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When one starts to investigate the wide scope and highly complex nature of a DEI strategy or plan, project and change management become critical skillsets of the individual or team that owns it.

We’ve evaluated well over 1,000 job descriptions for open DEI roles and few specifically call out these required skillsets, yet this is a major part of the job (especially if you’re hired from outside the organization).

We found this article to be one that calls out valuable considerations and activities for anyone, especially DEI professionals, to loop in as they work on 2021 planning. **Take what you would like from the DICE model; however, we’re married more to it’s considerations than it’s process.

Inquire with Jonathan Dyke about how the ideascape membership can support you and your team through these transformational changes.

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