In this webinar, you’ll learn about the complexities of change management and how to develop and implement an effective change management strategy. Being proactive about changes – both internal and external – is one of the most important aspects of keeping your business competitive. Change can be difficult for even the most well-managed businesses, often because decision-makers do not think forward to anticipate how their organization will need to adjust to the process of change. That’s why change management can often fail unless the mitigating factors at play can be utilized to your advantage to facilitate execution.
In attending this webinar you’ll also learn how to capitalize on opportunities that exist while developing and executing a successful change initiative. Plus, attendees will gain insight into various change management methodologies, along with examples and real-world applications of how to implement them, and how organizations can adapt these best practices for tangible results.
About the facilitator:
James (Jim) McKay, CCLP has spent over 20 years leading change in both the retail and chemical industries. During his tenure in these industries, Jim has not only led the development and implementation of key strategic initiatives, but also built and led cross functional teams through numerous change initiatives. Jim sits on the CITT national board and holds a CCLP designation. He is also a Six Sigma Blackbelt and Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA,CMA).
Who should attend:
Decision-makers who are planning on implementing changes in their business
Those who manage a team that will be experiencing change
Professionals who want to be prepared for unexpected shifts in their role or operations
Attendees will learn:
When change is necessary and how to start it
Different types of change and how to prepare for them
What constitutes a ‘change’ in business and when to create an appropriate strategy