There are a lot of great change management resources available to help you get organised and work on the change you want – and it can be overwhelming to know what to use or where to look for help. To get you started, I’ve assembled some of my favourite apps, most of which I use daily for personal purposes and when I work with clients. I update this site quite often so make sure you drop your contact details below and get up to date recommendations.
Change Management Resources
See the flow:
From a simple project chart to a complex mind map – Lucidchart has it all to create powerful visuals to understand processes, information and dependencies. You can visually represent every aspect of the project you are working on. Say goodbye to any complex mapping tool you’ve ever used. Lucidchart is easy, fast and extremely user friendly. It also comes as Google Drive add-on and includes a free trial.
Work in a team:
With Monday you can plan, track and manage any project from start to finish. This is a great tool if you work with a team and have a common project or goal to work towards. You can create detailed plans, track progress, streamline decisions and have fluid communication – and it works for any type of project. You are also able to include your stakeholders and outline what resources are needed.
More that words:
People retain more information via video than reading. Loom allows you to capture, narrate and share videos to communicate faster, clearer and friendlier. With one-click to record, one-click to finish and a shareable URL, Loom makes it easy to create videos when you don’t have time to type long emails or write reports. In the current climate, I think a video gives more of a personal touch to communications.
Access to ideas:
Evernote helps you to capture ideas and find them fast. As a mum, coach, friend and community activist, I have thousands of ideas that constantly float into my head and I need an organised way to keep track of them all. For me, Evernote is the most convenient way to have easy and quick access to ideas and notes. You can also add text, images, audio, scans, PDFs and documents to your notes.
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Please note that some of the links above are affiliate links. Some apps are free, some have free trials and most have premium paid packages. I earn a commission if you decide to subscribe or purchase them. But I have experience with all of these companies and I recommend them because I find them useful when working on projects and with teams. However, do not spend money on these products unless you feel they will help you to achieve your goals or save you time.