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Change Manager - Data Transformation - Belgium

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Recruiter: LA International Computer Consultants Ltd
Listed on: 20th January
Location: Brussels
Salary Notes: None
Type: Contract
Start Date: ASAP

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Role - Change Manager
Start - ASAP
Duration - 6 months
Location - Brussels Remote initially

Storytelling
*Define the common story (USP) of Data Transformation
*Translate the technical delivery roadmap into a value roadmap

Stakeholder management
*Manage expectations of different stakeholders
*Define generic and specific communication tracks
*Escalation point for stakeholders in case of unmet expectations
*Measure customer satisfaction
*External ambassador of Data Transformation

Change Management
*Close collaboration with the change managers of the different programs in the Data Transformation
*Bringing the different change plans in line with the above story
*Define training needs and data literacy approach
*Onboarding of operational teams and management
*Assess impact of new demand and projects on the change for data workers

Profile:
*Solid background in change management and communication (different communication channels)
Telco expertise

Excellent communication and presentation skills: EN, FR/NL (notions of the other), on executive level as well




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