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About the course
Change initiatives often cost more, take longer and achieve less than originally intended. This programme trains managers to lead change successfully by providing the theoretical background and the practical know-how to transparently plan, implement and evaluate complex change processes.
There is a nearly constant pressure to change. Organisations are restructuring, priorities are changing, and new products and services need to be developed. Having a workforce able to adjust to uncertain environments can give your organisation the edge. Effective leadership can help manage such uncertainty and facilitate staff to adapt to change.
This workshop, led by change experts at RSM Executive Education, offers you a hands-on knowledge on how to plan, implement, manage and evaluate complex change processes. It provides practical tools and theoretical foundations, as well as a forum for you to share and learn best practices with fellow participants.
After this programme, you will be able to:
- plan and manage change realistically
- identify, and know how to deal with, diverse stakeholders
- implement strategies to deal with resistance
- understand and create change management models
- apply change management tools to your organisation
- plan for systematic evaluation of change
- execute a concrete plan for a change management
- process in your own organisation
Who should attend
Middle and senior managers who are involved in driving innovation and leading change. Anyone who manages process improvement initiatives that require effective organisation, change and communication to succeed will also find this course useful. It will boost your change management and leadership skills.
Trust the experts
Petra Saskia Bayerl
Petra Saskia Bayerl is Associate Professor of Technology and Organizational Behaviour. Her research interests lay in the fields of human-computer interaction, the implementation of information systems, new media and communication. Her current research focuses on privacy, surveillance and emerging...
Marja Flory is Assistant Professor of Management of Change at the Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University (RSM). Marja’s primary research and teaching topics are change management, advisory skills, cross-cultural management and narrative methodology. She has done consulting work for l...
Gabriele Jacobs is Professor of Organisational Behaviour and Culture at the Department of Organisation and Personnel Management at Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University (RSM). Her research interests include: Organizational change, justice and identity, leadership, international mana...