DENVER, CO, April 01, 2016 /24-7PressRelease/
-- Emergent, a consulting firm specializing in business transformation, announces new features for its online organizational change management product, Change Accelerator
A summary of the new features:
--Manage a Portfolio of Change Projects. "My Projects" features enable you to manage multiple change projects within Change Accelerator. View a summary of all your change projects, add new projects with start/end dates, and edit existing projects.
--Enhanced Dashboard Reporting. "Activity Progress" and "Phase Health" are now automatically calculated and displayed for each project. Enterprise license provides a meta dashboard that shows all users' projects and status.
--Web-Enabled Health Checks. Gauge the effectiveness of your change efforts using an online assessment. The overall "health" score for each phase is displayed on the Dashboard.
"These new features empower our clients to manage their entire portfolio of change management projects while more intelligently tracking and monitoring the change efforts for each project," stated Jesse Jacoby, Managing Principal at Emergent. "As an enterprise license, Change Accelerator is now an even more robust platform for managing and tracking all of the organization's change management programs."
Change Accelerator is an organizational change management solution for those responsible for facilitating change within their organization. Available as an Individual or Enterprise License, Change Accelerator is organized around Emergent's six-phase Accelerating Change & Transformation (ACT) methodology and is supported by 60+ downloadable change management tools in MS Office format, activity checklists, and health checks.
Emergent is a consulting firm specializing in business transformation and strategic change management. Headquartered in Denver, they partner with Fortune 500 and mid-market companies to execute strategic initiatives including organizational restructurings, technology deployments, shared service implementations, process re-engineering efforts, and mergers.