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Essentials Of Change Management: Five Critical Steps For Greater Project Success

Topic:
Essentials Of Change Management: Five Critical Steps For Greater Project Success
Date:
March 5, 2013 at 1:00 - 2:00 PM ET
Presenters:
Jeremy Lurey, CEO & Chief Architect(Plus Delta Consulting, LLC)
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Description
Today’s organizations experience tremendous amounts of change. Whether these changes are prompted by the implementation of emerging technologies, the redesign of major business processes, or even the realization of a new corporate vision, they can, under the right circumstances, be exciting and exhilarating experiences that lead to innovation and renewal in many areas. Better utilization of technology, more efficient process flow, and enhanced individual and team productivity are all potential benefits of change.

Far too often though, organizations fail to achieve the anticipated benefits of their large-scale change efforts – arguably because they do not attend to the “people side” of change. In fact, it’s not uncommon for only 20% of major change efforts to ever achieve their intended business results. That means that up to 80% of these change projects fail to achieve their intended business results! Amazingly, these statistics haven’t really changed over the past 20ish years as change management has developed as a discipline.

Not managing the people side of these organizational change initiatives, then, just isn’t effective. Individuals who do not participate in the transition process are less likely to own, or even accept, the upcoming changes. Successful change strategies actively engage the hearts and minds of those affected by the upcoming changes early in the process to mitigate potential risk and improve the likelihood for success.

This interactive webinar program helps you explore the key drivers for successfully implementing organizational change and develop the critical skills you need to effectively lead change initiatives. Plus Delta's Positive Change(SM) approach is based on today’s leading research as well as decades of applied consulting experience. For this reason, the workshop focuses on the basic fundamentals of the Positive Change(SM) approach to help you not only to ensure project success but also to achieve extraordinary outcomes.
Who Should Participate
  • Internal and external consultants who need to enhance their skills in supporting client
  • organizations undergoing significant change
  • Any project manager and/or team member who is responsible for managing and/or contributing to large-scale organizational change initiatives
  • Experienced project leaders who want creative ideas for addressing and overcoming specific challenges with change as well as performance issues with resistors of change
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What You Will Learn
In this workshop, participants will learn about change and resistance to change from an individual, group and organizational level. By the end of the workshop, participants will achieve the following objectives:
  • Recognize the personal affects change has on individual employees
  • Learn about why people resist change and become familiar with the principles of engagement to mitigate employee resistance
  • Review a proven approach for managing individual and organizational transitions
  • Discuss effective strategies for leading individuals through large-scale organizational changes
  • Learn how to be change agents and streamline the transition process
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Plus Delta Consulting has become a well-respected management consulting firm that specializes in improving performance and implementing positive changes in organizations to produce better business results.
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