Today's organizations must integrate and align people, processes, structures, culture, and strategy in order to successfully transition individuals and groups from a current state to a desired future state, such that the desired outcomes and business objectives are achieved. Unfortunately, many managers still view their primary responsibility as managing specific business functions (resources, time, scope, budgets, etc.) and have a difficult time understanding and properly integrating organizational change management activities through successful strategic execution.
This course focuses on change management in the areas of organizational development and human resource management combined with standardized portfolio, program, and project management practices (A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge [PMBOK GuideFifth Edition, 2013, Project Management Institute, Inc.). All key concepts necessary to manage strategic and tactical changes are covered through a mix of inspiring lectures and exercises.
Organizational change directly affects everyone from the entry-level employee to senior management; therefore, everyone must learn how to handle changes to the organization. Managers and executives are charged with the additional responsibility for making change happen in and through the different levels of strategic execution.
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- Main concepts and practical applications about organizational change
- How portfolio, program, and project management uses the effective change management practices inherent in the Project Management Instituts (PMI ) global standards
- Practices, processes, tools, and techniques on managing change in the context of portfolio, program, and primarily project management
- Planning, managing success and resistance, as well as implementing and sustaining change at different organizational levels
- How critical and important change management uses project management as the key driver in executing organizational strategy
Who Can Benefit
Project managers, senior project managers, IT managers and professionals, program managers, portfolio managers, HR managers and executives, organizational development professionals, project sponsors and executives, functional managers, project coordinators and administrators, project analysts, project leaders, team leaders, product managers, R&D managers, project team members and any other project or program related functions across all industry domains.