Change Management -T&D’s Role in Moving from Strategy to Successful Execution

  • 19 Apr 2012
  • 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
  • Jersey Girl Cafe, 731 Route 33, Hamilton, NJ, 609-838-9799, jerseygirlcafenj.com, Jersey Girl Cafe is in a small strip mall right next to a car wash on Route 33.

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Change Management

Training & Development's Role

 in Moving from

Strategy to Successful Execution

When it comes to steering your company through the hairpin curves of organizational change, are you in the passenger’s seat or the driver’s seat?

 

Too often, learning and development professionals take a reactive, rather than a proactive, approach to change management. We find ourselves implementing other managers’ strategic plans, rather than initiating change management strategies on our own.

 

This hands-on, interactive presentation will use activities, YouTube, and a case study to help participants:

  • Recognize change when it is happening and get to the root causes of organizational issues
  • Adopt specific strategies for taking a proactive role in managing change
  • Determine if training solutions are appropriate for managing change – and pushing back if they are not
  • To determine where the road blocks and barriers exist in organization change
  • Apply a simple model for turning strategy into execution within the learning and development environment

 

About our Speaker

Stephen W. Oliver, Ed.D.

HRCVision, Wharton professor

 

Stephen W. Oliver is an experienced human resources professional with a comprehensive background in human resources management, leadership and organizational development and academic teaching. His HR management consultancy, HRCVision, serves organizations to improve communications and productivity through human capital. HRCVision provides strategic planning, needs assessment for learning, leadership development, employee training and organizational development, both in traditional face-to-face methods and in on-line in virtual formats. Stephen teaches HR courses at the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania and facilitates the Professional Human Resources Certification (PHR/SPHR) for the Society for Human Resources Management (SHRM) through Villanova University.

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