NSW Manage Organisational Change Face to Face Training
OVERVIEW AND LEARNING OUTCOMES
Change is the one constant thing that occurs in the workplace, in the environment, the economy and in personal life. Change in the workplace is constant. Sometimes it is small changes such as new staff or procedures; sometimes the change may be bigger such as new IT systems or a company merger. It is how we manage change that can make the difference between success and failure.
To be able to integrate change into an organisation skills and knowledge are needed to identify early warning signals and to be able to plan and prepare for the implementation of change.
There are logical steps to implementing change and this workshop identifies them. Utilising problem-solving skills to overcome objections from those resistant to change and to develop strategies will provide the confidence to go forward.
These skills will enable a manager to develop integrated change strategies that utilise the strengths of people, technology, and the organisation.
The interrelationship between corporate strategic planning and change management
The components of a change management strategy including:
- - cost/benefit analysis
- - risks and barriers to be overcome
- - approval and resourcing issues
- - Develop a communication plan which will address the issues to be raised during the consultation process, and will promote the benefits of the change(s) as set out in the communication timelines
- - A consultation process to obtain input from all relevant people and business units
- Identification of possible barriers to the change(s) and the risk management of the barriers
- - Describes the change management activities and interventions which will facilitate the introduction of the change
- - Strategies to embed the change(s)
- - Evaluation and ongoing review and amendment of the change management plan to ensure the change management objectives are achieved
Participants that undertake and successfully complete the assessment requirements for BSBINN601 Lead and manage organisational change which are Elective units from the FNS51515 Diploma of Certificate Credit Management will receive a nationally recognised Statement of Attainment.
- 05 September 2017
- Level 3, Suite 3031-9 Chandos StreetSt LeonardsNSW
- AICM National Office
- 9am - 4:30pm
- MEMBERS $950
NON MEMBERS $1030
- CCE Points