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Susan Faulkner, CCMP™

Tuesday, July 11, 2017  
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President, E4 Business Solutions

Why did you decide to pursue the CCMP?

I have been watching the evolution of Change Management as a profession for several years. When CCMP was announced, I was excited and proud to be an early adopter of something I have been passionate about for the bulk of my career.

How did you prepare for the CCMP?

I reviewed the standard and code of ethics documents .

Susan Faulkner

How has earning the CCMP benefited you personally and professionally?

I have considered myself a Change Management practitioner before formal standards and methodology were widely known. As a project manager, I knew that managing the people side of change was critical to a project's success. My favorite Change Management book is William Bridges - Managing Transition. I used this book back in 2004 as the basis for helping my then employer develop a workshop, Leading White Water Change, to help employees through a challenging time of multiple change initiatives in the organization. I continued to monitor the evolution of the Change Management profession and focused on ensuring Change Management was integrated into my projects. In 2012 I was contracted as a Change Manager for a large scale project. This was the first project I was involved in where Change Management was given such high profile by dedicating a leadership resource, rather than just tasks on a project plan. 

For me, obtaining the CCMP designation demonstrates my ongoing commitment to the profession I feel so passionate about.

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