Most Significant Change Methodology

  • Most Significant Change (MSC) methodology is a technique with a high level of involvement from stakeholders
  • Stakeholders participate in the decisions about what changes are recorded and reported.  They are also involved in analysing the resulting information. 
  • The method involves the generation and collection of a range of significant change impact stories, with the most significant of these being selected for use 
  • Further details are provided in Rick Davies and Jess Dart’s guide