People don’t mind change, but people don’t like to be changed.

Change Management Module

We are living in a fast-changing world (VUCA). To survive, we and our organizations have to inspect and adapt. Quite often this ends in profound changes in the way we are working and organizing ourselves, it changes structures and processes, and business models have to be adapted to new requirements. Also, people have to adapt.

This module is about change management in organizations and how you can support change initiatives. It’s highly relevant for Change Managers & Consultants as well as Scrum Masters & Agile Coaches but also people working in Human Resources.

What will you learn?

  • What great change experiences have in common
  • The difference of adaptive and transformational organizations and what role they play in change initiatives
  • Reasons why people resist change and what to do against it
  • Approach for how to communicate why the change initiative is essential
  • The importance of experimenting for the successful implementation of any change initiative
  • How to play the Change Management Game and facilitate play session to support change initiatives in your organization
  • PLUS: Lots of tangible questions for you and your change team
  • An introduction into the Management 3.0 Change Approach including strategies on picking up people for your change initiative

An adaptive organization only responds to changes while a transformational organization thrives on changes.

What will we discuss in this module?

  • Do people fear change?
  • What are the reasons people resist change?
  • What if people can’t accept or deal with the changes anymore?
  • How much change can organizations process?
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The Change Management module is part of the following workshops:

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Foundation Workshop
Management 3.0 Fundamentals Online Workshop
Fundamentals Online Workshop

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