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.
• 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