Leading Organizational Change uses an active-learning approach to blend interactive lectures with simulations, to show you how to identify and develop true need and determine what is necessary to drive behavioral change.
The curriculum integrates the importance of stakeholder coalitions with organizational cultural components, and culminates in a simulation exercise that enables you to apply your newly acquired perspectives and techniques to a particular challenge.
You’ll return to your organization with:
- A point of view on your role within any change initiative
- A clear understanding of the complexities involved in the ongoing process of change
- New insight on when to attempt change, and the organizational capabilities required to drive a change initiative within your workplace
Session topics for Leading Organizational Change include:
- Targeting change
- Leading change
- Stakeholder analysis
- Organizational culture
Global Technology Simulation
During Leading Organizational Change, participants will team up and assume organizational roles within a fictitious company. They will develop a plan for a change initiative and its implementation, and then practice working through this during the simulation exercise.