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Prosci Unveils New Cloud-Based Tool to Assist Organizations with Change Management

eBest Practices Audit provides immediate feedback on aligning with industry best practices

LOVELAND, Colo., Aug. 29, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Prosci announced the launch of another change management tool within the Prosci Portal this week: the eBest Practices Audit. This cloud-based tool allows change practitioners to easily identify and prioritize their next step towards change management success.

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"The eBest Practices Audit bridges the gap between the latest findings in our benchmarking report and the very real and immediate work change management practitioners are trying to accomplish," Jorge Garza, research and development project manager at Prosci, commented, referring to Prosci's benchmarking report, Best Practices in Change Management – 2014 edition. He continued, "If you want to know how your change management efforts align with today's standards, this is the application you want."

To help leaders in change management use the Audit most effectively, Prosci's development team added a number of features that allow users to:

  • View overall results, individual section results and alert factors
  • Add and save their own comments and insights
  • Customize the results page for easy printing and sharing
  • Track a project's progress by viewing multiple time-stamped assessments
  • Track and organize multiple projects with active/inactive project labels

About Prosci: Founded in 1994, Prosci is the world leader in change management products and benchmarking research. Prosci's tools and methodology—based on best practices research with over 3,400 organizations—are used by more than three-quarters of Fortune 100 companies. The Prosci Methodology has become one of the most widely used approaches to managing the people side of change in business and government.

Alana Birky 
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