One of the challenges facing organisations today is how to modify the business through regular change initiatives, with minimum disruption and maximum gain. Research suggests that 70% of projects fail to secure their anticipated benefits because organisations install new systems, processes or practices, but fail to implement the change fully—people are not sufficiently equipped for or committed to, the new ways of working to sustain them.
This demonstrates an obvious need for professionals to supplement traditional project and business management skills with skills in change leadership.
Our highly interactive workshop provides you with proven techniques, tools, and tips to successfully lead the change in order to prepare the organisation and its people for the change.
The workshop content draws upon current research as well as the extensive experience of the PMPartners group’s involvement in projects.
This course will provide participants with the fundamental knowledge and skills to be involved in the leadership of a change initiative. It covers the fundamental processes required to lead any change initiative and relates it to the steps in a project lifecycle. The course uses a case study to effectively follow a change initiative from identification of the opportunity or need through to the desired state where benefits can be realised.
Who this course is for
This workshop is designed for all those responsible for leading change within an organisation including:
- Project managers wishing to formalise their change leadership skills
- Executives and business managers involved in sponsoring and leading change initiatives
- Experienced change specialists wishing to formalise their change leadership skills
- Change specialists who have recently moved into the role