ABOUT THIS WEBINAR

Appropriate organizational change management is the key to unlocking benefits and value from our investment in projects and programs. Change management is more than the delivery of training or a few communications. Change management is about impact and about influence and about leveraging the power of people for our strategic aspirations to thrive and be realized. But why is change management the first item to get descoped when budgets need to be tightened? Why do we still get resistance? And what can we do to overcome these challenges?

This webinar is an opportunity to be introduced to the fundamentals of organizational change management and why it is important. The webinar will introduce some core concepts and outline a popular globally recognized certification programme from APMG – Change Management Foundation and Practitioner. This learning workshop is based on the Effective Change Management Handbook which expands the Change Management Institute’s Change Management Body of Knowledge (CMBOK).

What You Will Learn:

After this one-hour session, you will be able to:

  • Understand what change management is and why it is important
  • Explain the link to benefits realization from investment in projects and programs
  • Discover what the APMG – Change Management Foundation and Practitioner course includes

 

This webinar will provide up to 1.0 PDU:

  • 0.50 Strategic PDUs
  • 0.50 Technical PDUs for PMP/PgMP/CAPM

Facilitator:


Elissa Farrow
About the Facilitator: Elissa Farrow

Elissa Farrow has extensive experience in strategic organizational change, portfolio, programme, and project management spanning the last 20 years. Elissa has supported senior executives and led organizations to successfully achieving transformative and sustainable value. Elissa is a past global board director with the Change Management Institute. She is considered a thought leader in her field and often presents at international conferences. In 2018 she commenced doctoral research studies in organizational adaptation future scenarios in the context of Artificial Intelligence at the University of the Sunshine Coast, Australia