Managing Cultural Change NEW
Successful Organizational Transformation
Companies are facing continuous changes in their environment (market, customer, product portfolio, etc.) while it remains very difficult for most of them to manage their cultural change. Resistance to change, lack of organizational culture, unclear communication are some of the common pitfalls that can halt or delay organizational transformation and the achievement of the benefits related to it.
This course will help organizations to predict, understand and influence the process of change, allowing them to complete their transformation and reach their goals.
To identify the forces that drive the change and adapt to the organizational change
To apply the tactics of change agents while taking into consideration potential sources of resistance
To achieve the organization’s objectives by managing the cultural change
To use methods and techniques to enhance the understanding of the change process
1. Change Management Concepts
a. Current stage
b. Transition stage
c. Desired stage
2. Roles and Responsibilities for Organizational Change
3. Key Elements that Affect Change
4. Plan for the Change
5. Defining and Capturing Benefits
6. Maintaining the New Organization
Executives and high level managers in charge of organizational transformation.
Project, Programme and Portfolio managers involved in organizational change.
Theory and concepts illustrated by an accredited trainer with sound expertise and experience in managing cultural change.
Group discussions with the purpose to match the relevant cultural change management issues to real life experience.
Practical assignments followed by group presentations for immediate application of the theory of the course.