Appreciative Inquiry Application in IT Project Management & Change Management

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Ayssar Midani
I have a long experience in IT project management. Usually the difficulty remains in application deployment. Conducting change management with AI makes it successful and the people more enthousiastic! It is interesting to apply the definition phase on what are the positive points of the new IT application, new approaches, new rules, and the new experience and openings for users. The users become very enthousiastic to take the new system in hand and move forward. (...) Read more? Sign up for free

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