Senior Change Manager, Cigna
Membership Engagement Analysis and Recommendation Summary Report
Earlier this year, the ACMP PNW Board of Directors engaged the Viri Group to conduct a third-party membership engagement assessment. Our goal was to learn, "What do our members want and expect from us?"
The project was led by Stephanie Fleming and the work was extensive and thorough. She conducted a series of interviews and surveys of current and past members and reached out to other ACMP chapters and other professional organizations to understand their engagement strategies. The final report is insightful and includes a recommendations roadmap for how to act on the input and feedback. Please note: there a few highlighted sections and statements – these represent a recommended focus.
We are delighted by the great response to Stephanie’s outreach. We are enthusiastically diving into the report’s recommendation and making changes to our offerings, processes, and messaging.
Thanks to all who participated in this report. We truly appreciate the time you spent to let us know how best to serve you.Best,
President, ACMP PNW
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Welcome to the Pacific Northwest chapter of the Association of Change Management Professionals (ACMP PNW), the community for change management professionals in Alaska, Idaho, Oregon, Washington and beyond.
The ACMP PNW is a chapter of the global ACMP and is a member-focused non-profit that promotes and advances change management as a professional discipline within the region. A one stop location for relevant change management information, the chapter delivers members VIRTUAL professional development and learning events, community building, and thought leadership and action.
To promote and advance change management as a professional discipline within the Pacific Northwest through professional development and learning, community building, and thought leadership.
Locally-focused and globally-inspired network of change leaders successfully engage with the ever-increasing pace of change, strengthening the Pacific Northwest community.