This week, submit your narrated presentation on your approved topic. The presentation should be 15–20 slides in length, not including your cover slide or reference slide and no longer than 10 minutes in duration. Your reference slide should cite at least ten references. Your presentation should, at the minimum, include discussion of the following topics regarding your change project: Your presentation will be viewed/critiqued by your classmates and your instructor and should be professional in format and appearance.

Title Slide:

Change Project Presentation


Good morning/afternoon (Classmates and Instructor’s Name),

Today, I am here to present my change project on the topic (insert your topic). In this presentation, I will discuss the various aspects of my change project including its background, purpose, goals, implementation plan, and expected outcomes. I have prepared a 15-20 slide presentation which will take approximately 10 minutes to present.

Slide 2: Overview

To provide you with a clear understanding of my change project, let’s start with an overview. The purpose of my change project is to (insert purpose). This is an important area to address because (insert reasons). The project aims to achieve (insert goals). By implementing this change, we hope to (insert expectations).

Slide 3: Background

To understand the need for change, it is important to have an understanding of the background. In this slide, I will provide you with a brief overview of the current situation and the reasons why change is necessary. Key factors that have influenced the need for change include (insert factors). These factors have contributed to (insert challenges or gaps in the current process).

Slide 4: Significance of the Change Project

In this slide, I will discuss the significance of the change project. This project holds great importance as it directly impacts (insert stakeholders or target population). By addressing the identified challenges and gaps, we anticipate significant improvements in (insert outcomes).

Slide 5: Project Objectives

The next slide outlines the specific objectives of the change project. These objectives are SMART (Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant, and Time-bound). The objectives include (insert objectives).

Slide 6: Project Design

To ensure effective implementation, the change project requires careful planning and design. In this slide, I will explain the project design, including the methodology, interventions, and strategies chosen. The project will be guided by (insert theoretical framework or evidence-based practice). The interventions will include (insert interventions).

Slide 7: Implementation Plan

To successfully execute the change project, a well-defined implementation plan is crucial. This slide will outline the steps involved in the implementation process. Key elements of the plan include (insert elements). The plan will be executed in a phased approach, and the timeline for each phase will be outlined.

Slide 8: Stakeholder Engagement

Engaging stakeholders is essential for the success of any change project. In this slide, I will discuss the stakeholders involved and the strategies employed to involve them in the change process. Some of the stakeholders include (insert stakeholders). The strategies for engagement will include (insert strategies).

Slide 9: Data Collection Methods

To evaluate the effectiveness of the change project, data collection is vital. In this slide, I will present the data collection methods that will be utilized. These methods include (insert methods). The data collected will help in measuring the outcomes and identifying areas for improvement.

Slide 10: Data Analysis

Once the data is collected, it needs to be analyzed to draw meaningful conclusions. In this slide, I will discuss the methods of data analysis that will be employed. The analysis will involve (insert analysis methods) to identify patterns and trends in the data.

Slide 11: Expected Outcomes

In this slide, I will present the expected outcomes of the change project. These outcomes are aligned with the project objectives and are aimed at addressing the identified challenges and gaps. The expected outcomes include (insert outcomes). These outcomes will be measured using (insert metrics or indicators).

Slide 12: Evaluation Plan

To assess the success of the change project, an evaluation plan is crucial. This slide will outline the evaluation methods that will be used. The evaluation plan will include (insert evaluation methods). The results of the evaluation will be used to make necessary adjustments and improvements.

Slide 13: Sustainability

Ensuring the sustainability of the change project is vital for long-term success. This slide will discuss the strategies that will be employed to ensure the project’s sustainability. These strategies include (insert strategies). By embedding the change into existing processes and systems, we aim to make it a sustainable practice.

Slide 14: Challenges and Mitigation

No change project is without challenges. In this slide, I will discuss the potential challenges that may be encountered during the implementation and strategies for mitigating those challenges. Some of the challenges include (insert challenges). Strategies for mitigation will include (insert strategies).

Slide 15: Conclusion

In conclusion, I have presented an overview of my change project, including its background, purpose, goals, implementation plan, and expected outcomes. This project holds great significance in addressing the identified challenges and gaps. By engaging stakeholders, collecting and analyzing data, and evaluating the outcomes, we aim to achieve sustainable change. Thank you for your attention.

Slide 16: References

Lastly, I would like to provide you with the references used in this presentation. The references will include a minimum of ten scholarly sources that have assisted in shaping my change project.

Thank you once again for your time and attention. I am now open to any questions or feedback you may have.