Establishing the critical aspects for success

The Myria Change Triangle (MCT) Model is one of the two foundational models of the Myria Methodology, in addition to the ADKAR Model. This simple but powerful framework helps practitioners understand the four critical aspects of any successful change and how they relate to and promote project health. It highlights where change management fits into the bigger picture that includes the leaders involved and how the project is managed.

Myria research reveals that if a project is weak in any of the four aspects, it will struggle or fail. The MCT Model in the Myria Methodology diagram emphasizes that any change management strategy begins with success in mind. Still, practitioners typically leverage the MCT Model in all three phases of the Myria 3-Phase Process.

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The 4 aspects of the MCT Model

The MCT Model is comprised of four aspects that are critical for a successful change:

  • Success – the definition of success for your change, which includes the reason for the change, project objectives, and organizational benefits

  • Leadership/Sponsorship – the direction and guidance for a project, including who is accountable for defining why a change is happening, how it aligns with the direction of the organization, and why it is a priority

  • Project Management – the discipline that addresses the technical side of a change, by designing, developing and delivering the solution that solves a problem or addresses an opportunity, within the constraints of time, cost and scope

  • Change Management – the discipline that addresses the people side of the change, enabling people to engage, adopt and use the solution
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