How to Measure Organizational Change Maturity
Creating an organizational culture that is inclusive of change is no small feat. How do organizations achieve such an organizational culture? What are key aspects to this journey? And how do organizations know if they are progressing towards the achievement of their desired organizational culture?
Global Knowledge and the Association of Change Management Professionals are pleased to present this informative one our webinar. Using a dynamic case study from NavCanada, join us and:
- Learn about how to measure organizational maturity on the change management scale
- How can change management apply at an organization level as opposed to the project level.
- Ways to identify specific measures for advancing organizational change maturity.
- Tangible measures in four key areas for the advancement of organizational change maturity.
Tanya Gracie, EMBA, Telfer School of Management, University of Ottawa
Tanya’s summer consulting project with NAV CANADA revealed interesting insights on the powerful role that organizational change enables, particularly at the intersection of strategy, innovation, human capital and operations. Tanya’s new passion for change management will continue to grow as she completes her Executive MBA at the University of Ottawa’s Telfer School of Management. All the while, she remains a governance professional, chair of the board of a credit union, and pays her mortgage thanks to her position as Policy Manager with Canada’s Public Policy Forum.