Managing Change

Change Management provides systematic tools and methods to help individuals, teams and organizations transition for the current state to a desired future state. Too often, change is initiated and led in ways that fail to fully deliver the intended results. Done well, managed change builds essential capability in organizations.

Topics Covered:
• The challenge of change in today’s workplace
• The role of the human resource function in leading change
• A multi-stakeholder model for change management
• Social and technical dimensions of change
• Implementation and policy deployment
• Cross-functional alignment — finance, sales, marketing, operations, etc.
• Why resistance to change is often rational and potentially constructive
• Sustaining change and delivering results

Who will benefit:
HR and business professionals who are interested in effectively leading change initiatives in their organizations.

Joel Cutcher-Gershenfeld, Ph.D Dean of the School of Labor and Employment Relations at the University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana

Gentz Franz, MHRIR Director of Development at the School of Labor and Employment Relations


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