Take the Fear Out of Change: Why You Need Organizational Change Management
Today's organizations must integrate and align people, processes, structures, culture and strategy to successfully transition individuals and/or groups from a current state to a future state to achieve their desired business outcomes and objectives. It is how we define change management today, which directly affects everyone from the entry-level employee to senior management. Everyone must learn how to make organizational changes, where managers are charged with the additional responsibility of making these changes happen in and through the different levels of strategic execution.
This one-hour webinar focuses on change management in the areas of organizational development and human resource management combined with standardized portfolio, program, and project management practices (i.e., A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge-Fifth Edition (PMBOK® Guide)).
Alexander is a seasoned business professional with 12+ years' experience delivering best-practice based strategic execution solutions within both public and private sectors. He brings a wealth of hands on experience, a knowledge and understanding of how strategic execution really works in organizations and its application for real value and results.
Alexander is currently teaching 10 university-accredited business courses for Global Knowledge in association with McMaster University in Canada and also provides expertise through consulting engagements.
Alexander has a postgraduate-level education from the Graduate School of Engineering, Stanford University and PMP, Six Sigma Green Belt, ITIL and Change Management certifications. He is recognized as a top facilitator, is a well-respected member of PMI communities and is frequently invited to speak at national events.
- What is change management?
- Common models of change
- Corporate culture and change
- Change Life Cycle Framework®
- Human aspects of change