Studies show that only about one in three change projects are able to achieve the desired outcomes. Stated differently, two-thirds of organizational change programs fail to deliver on expectations. There are reasons for such a questionable track record. There are, likewise, ways for an internal change consultant to avoid such pitfalls and to improve their batting average. This session will explain the difference between successful and unsuccessful change efforts; and identify specific practices that a change agent can use to improve the success ratio; and provide concrete action steps to ensure that results acheived are sustainable.
|Instructor||Date and Time||Location|
|Harlow B. Cohen||Monday, Oct. 6 from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
||Cleveland, OH||Add to Cart|
- Project success defined
- What works, what doesn't, and the underlying factors
- Developing high impact consultative practices
As a result of attending this program, participants will:
- Identify the characteristics of successful and unsuccessful consulting practices
- Learn tools that increase the chances of sustainable results
- Compare and contrast different consulting approaches and the strengths and weaknesses therein
- Uncover hidden factors that can impact a change or consulting project
Who Should Attend
Staff professionals are defined as those positions and people responsible for facilitating change within an organization, but who do not have the requisite authority or power to make it happen. These may include HR staff, OD practitioners and change agents, project or program managers, lean production coordinators, quality professionals, or internal/external consultants.
Individual Participants: $645
Package Pricing: 1 class day per participant