Game On! And the Need for Speed. A 2-day workshop in which I will cover the key roles we need in organisational change management, how we build resilience to change and the way in which organisational change management needs to adapt to a world in which change is constant, volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous.
The theme for the 2018 Convergence conference is
"Whose Change is it anyway?"
Proudly presenting a Masterclass
"Game On! - How to win in a world of constant change".
We are in a world in which change is constant, unclear and complex.
Change is driven by both internal and external factors that cannot necessarily be predicted.
How do you manage change when the outcomes are not yet known or could change?
When change is a constant, a change program driven top down is not going to work.
What is needed is a change platform.
This is a co-designed approach to change that builds a platform, which allows everyone to:
- initiate change
- come up with ideas (innovate),
- make decisions
- and try-out new things (experiment)
This masterclass introduces the key roles that are needed to support this change platform.
Convergence is being held at the RACV City Club, 501 Bourke Street, Melbourne 3000.
Organisational Change Management as an approach needs to undergo radical transformation if it is to be of any value when constant change is the new black. At this event Karen will explore why the traditional approaches to Organisational Change Management will no longer work in a world of constant, rapid, unpredictable and complex change. In attending this event, you will learn how to move people from change resistance to change resilience by taking three key steps. Karen will also explore the strategies organisations need to employ, in order to survive and thrive in this brave new world of relentless change - all of which are transformational.
Attendees will receive an advanced copy of Karen's latest white paper - 'Change Management is Broken!'.
Breakfast/Registration 7am for a 7.30am start. Presentation will finish at approx 8.30am for a 9am close.
Car parking is available at $21.60 per vehicle. Exit before 9.30am.
RACV Club dress code is smart casual.
Places are limited so book early!
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