Change Leadership – Part 1: Key Steps and Common Pitfalls in Managing Organizational Change
November 25 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm EST$5
In a COVID-era, operating contexts for CSOs are changing daily and leaders are grappling with important decisions to both manage risk and prepare for their next organizational opportunities.
Organizational change management is the systematic approach and application of knowledge, tools and resources to deal with change. It involves defining and adopting corporate strategies, structures, procedures and technologies to handle changes in external conditions and the business environment. Effective change management goes beyond project management and technical tasks undertaken to enact organizational changes. It also involves leading the “people side” of major change within an organization.
The primary goal of change management is to successfully implement new processes, products and business strategies while minimizing negative outcomes.
Part 1 of two sessions on change leadership will examine the key steps in managing significant organizational changes and common pitfalls to be avoided.
Part of the bi-weekly virtual series Shifting Cooperation Paradigms: Adapting to a Changing Context in the COVID Pandemic.