Siebel 4.0-2 Change Management Questionnaire

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Siebel 4.0-2 Change Management Survey Questionnaire
This questionnaire is part of a dissertation research project conducted by Mark Hambling, a final year Business Information Systems Student at The Nottingham Trent University. This questionnaire is focused primarily on the way in which the change affecting people during Siebel 4.0-2 implementation is managed by Microsoft UK (MSUK) in the context of a multi-national Customer Relationship Management (CRM) project.

There are 12 questions in this survey and it will take no longer than 10 minutes to complete the questionnaire.

Your survey responses will be strictly confidential and data from this research will be reported only in the aggregate. Your information will be coded and will remain confidential. Please make your answer by selecting the neccesary box or button, or entering an answer in the text box, where applicable. If you have questions at any time about the survey or the procedures, you may contact Mark by email at the email address specified below each question.

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* 1. What is your Job Title? (please select as applicable)
Mid-Market Engagement
Partner Engagement
Regional Business Manager
Partner Programs
Partner Incubation
Express Campaigns
Other (please specify)
* 2. How long have you been working at Microsoft UK?
3 - 5 Months
6 - 11 Months
12 + Months
* 3. What is your current job status?
Full Time Employee (FTE)
Contractor (i-)
Vendor (v-)
Other (please specify)
* 4. Are you familiar with the term of Change Management in how it relates change affecting people?
If the answer is "No" please click the help icon
* 5. Which of these statements best applies to how change is managed at Microsoft UK?
MSUK exists in a state of rapid and continuous change
MSUK evolves through long periods of stability with short bursts of fundamental change
Departments within MSUK deal with change incrementally and separately
MSUK is constantly undergoing small changes
Other (please specify)
6. Please select how applicable each of these statements are in describing the management of change affecting your job role?
Strongly Agree Agree Neutral Disagree Strongly Disagree Prefer not to say
* The process of implementation for the change is flexible and reactive
* Project teams have sometimes a lack of consequence and consistency in regards to the change
* The project lead for the change is known and project champions aid the planning and implementation
* Those concerned with the outcome of the change project take part in planning
* The implementation of the change within your role is managed solely by MSUK
* There are delays in the timescales that are set in the change project
* Conflicts within the change are looked for and try to be solved
* There are long periods of planning before the change is delivered
* Communications about the change are timely and relevant
* Involvement in the change project before delivery takes place
Strongly Agree Agree Neutral Disagree Strongly Disagree Prefer not to say
* Change is expected without being linked to incentives
* Communication about the change is limited to only those directly concerned with the project
* Good ideas for change are hidden and used for personal agendas
* Training is inadequate leaving unanswered questions about the change
* Change projects create resistance which has to be broken
* There are logical reasons for change which are visible and the goals are transparent
* 7. Which of these statements best describes the Siebel 4.0-2 project?
The Siebel 4.0-2 project is managed within a set timeframe with clear objectives and methods that were communicated in advance, and managed in a controlled way
The Siebel 4.0-2 is a dynamic project which changes in timescales and deliverables. It has focus on contingency which appreciates the complexity of issues
The Siebel 4.0-2 project is a combination of the above two statements but not necessarily in equal proportion
Other (please specify)
8. Which of the below statements best applies to how you feel the Siebel 4.0-2 project is managed?
Strongly Agree Agree Neutral Disagree Strongly Disagree Prefer not to say
* Incentives are linked with the implementation to aid the process of change
* The direction of the implementation is influenced by resistance
* There are predetermined guidelines for how the system implementation is to be managed and these are followed
* Communications about the implementation are not given in advance and not relevant
* Key implementation personnel are chosen, put in charge and left unchanged
* Conflicts within the implementation are avoided
* Wide timescales for the implementation deliverables are set and goals and are met
* Once the implementation has taken place, user involvement in the project begins
* Implementation communications are open and readily available
* The CRM strategy, system design and processes are determined completely outside of MSUK’s control
Strongly Agree Agree Neutral Disagree Strongly Disagree Prefer not to say
* The reasons for change are unclear and there are different views of the goals of the implementation
* Each release begins with no anticipated planning
* Training is frequently given with supporting materials creating confidence with the system and the processes
* Ideas are openly communicated and encouraged within the implementation
* Implementation leadership is unclear and CRM champions are not utilised effectively
* Corporate Headquarters and EMEA direct the implementation of the CRM system with MSUK having no control
* 9. Please rank these requirements about change in order of importance to you, from 1 to 9.
(1 = most important; 9 = least important)
Conscious that key individuals are involved in the project
Understanding why change is happening and why it is necessary
Awareness of who is ultimately responsible for the project
Having assistance from the project owners, project infrastructure, training specialist to create a supportive environment
Knowing the project recognises organisation wide dependencies and gives caution to people, process and infrastructure
Being able to take ownership and influence details of the change
Feeling that everyone is focused on the same goals and objectives
Appreciation of how the change will take place and be effectively communicated
Recognise the project is being implemented by people with the necessary core skills in a clearly defined and tracked manner
Rank values must be from 1 to 9
For clarification please click the help icon
* 12. Have you participated in a Customer Relationship Management (CRM) implementation prior to Siebel 4.0-2?
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