A 4-phase Approach to Instituting Change Management

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Day-to-day IT requirements are often managed at the expense of strategic goals. But if you can consistently control change in your IT environment, you’ll be that much closer to resource efficiency and risk mitigation. Learn about a four-phase change management methodology that, when used with enterprise software, can help you detect, track, and analyze change—for continuous improvements and more budget for new projects.

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