Change Management

Leading Innovation and Change


Overview

“Change and innovation” is a constant in many of our lives. All around us technologies, process, people, ideas and methods are changing affecting the way we perform daily tasks. Organisations strive to be innovative in order to remain “leaders” in their marketplace. Approximately 70% of projects fail because organisations focus on the practicalities and fail to consider how to manage stakeholders.

Who Should Attend

This workshop is suited for managers, team leaders and supervisors who are tasked with implementing and leading a team through the change process. The workshop will encourage you to identify those in your teams who are naturally innovative, so you can “tap” into their creativity from the very beginning.

Outline

  •  Identify components needed to develop a change management implementation and communications plan
  •  Ways in which to create a culture of “innovation and change”
  •  Identify creative and innovative team players
  •  Manage the generation of innovative ideas and assess viability
  •  Learn how to utilise transformational leadership and change curve to manage key stakeholders
  •  Key tips and tricks to push through your change management plan
  •  Describe the four states of Appreciative Inquiry and identify when and how to use it
  •  Explore strategies for gathering data, addressing issues, evaluating options and adapting a change direction
  •  Utilise methods for leading change project status meetings, celebrating a successful change implementation, and sharing the results and benefits
  •  Course summary and next steps