Managing Organizational Change: How To Gain Organization-Wide Ownership For New Solutions (June 2018)


Constant improvements in technology and process capabilities coupled with increasing customer demands continue to redefine the nature of the workplace.  Implementing solutions typically requires both technical and behavioral change.  While technical challenges can, of course, be daunting, dealing with the human aspects of change is far and away the more difficult challenge.  This workshop will address critical behavioral change management concepts, and arm you with the strategies and tools that will help you manage change at both the organization and individual level.

Think about all the situations within a typical organization in which change management is required.  Organizational redesign often forces role and responsibility shifts that can be very difficult for staff to accept.  Cross-functional improvement projects usually result in changes that make some departments apparent “winners” and others apparent “losers.”  On a more micro level, fear of change can undermind brainstorming and problem-solving meetings.  In short: The techniques learned in this course have broad application in your workplace.


June 8, 2018. 9:00 am - 4:30 pm.


The James B. Henry Center for Executive Development, 3535 Forest Rd, Lansing, Michigan, 48910


  • Leader or team member of a process improvement, technology or strategic initiative
  • Manager in a dynamic business environment
  • Green Belt, Black Belt or performance improvement professional
  • Project Manager
  • Business Analyst or Systems Implementer
  • Member of a strategic planning task force
  • Visionary who has difficulty gaining commitment for the Vision

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