February Event: Strategies for Making Change Stick
Based on his Bio, you could say Jeff’s been in the business of CHANGE. Getting people from point A to point B, and from the current-state to a future-state, whether it’s been related to software, hardware, processes, services, or team culture.
Some project outcomes have been better than others. Some change adoption has been better than others. Admittedly, there have been failures in projects and change adoption.
From the experience and occasional failures comes a realization that an organization’s culture and strategy for change are the keys to successful change adoption and sustainability.
The best results occur in organizations where the culture motivates people to operate with a growth mindset;, which includes healthy doses of learning, taking calculated risks, adaptation, innovation, and leading by example.
These organizations approach change based on a consistent, change strategy that’s customized to work for them. There are clear roles and responsibilities, and ongoing engagement and communications are encouraged and executed. Decisions are made with input from those impacted.
The process of guiding people through change is built into the organization’s fabric.
These organization have a competitive advantage to:
✅ Attract the top talent
✅ Meet growth and performance goals
✅ Adapt faster to ongoing external environment changes
“Strategies for Making Changes Stick” will answer the following questions for participants:
- Why is change management important to projects?
- What are the Theory, Techniques, and Tools to guide people through change?
- How to manage resistance to change?
- What are the criterion to help integrate change management into projects?
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