Making Change Stick
Date(s) - May 2nd, 2018
12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
ALEXANDER HOLBURN BEAUDIN + LANG LLP
The IT and Learning & Development Subsections are pleased to invite you to our joint session at Noon on Wednesday, May 2nd, 2018 entitled ”Making Change Stick”.
Our guest speaker, Susan Grubmayr, is an online UBC instructor in Business Analysis, Project Management and Program Management. Please note that registration is limited to 40. The registration deadline is April 27, 2018.
For general inquiries, please contact either Ann Halkett (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Judie Boroevich (email@example.com)
Lunch: salad, sandwiches and dessert squares
Space is limited to 40.
Cheques for $18.00 are payable to Alexander Holburn and brought to the event.
“Change is inevitable and accelerating. Organizations that manage it effectively will pull ahead of their competition. Change initiatives are time consuming and costly, but by approaching change management with a disciplined approach, organizations can survive and thrive.”
Source: Project Management Institute (https://www.pmi.org/learning/featured-topics/change)
You have bought a new piece of software, and/or have implemented a new accounting process, etc. so how do you get people to use the software or follow the new process? How many of your projects have failed within one to two years because of lack of user adoption? Well the answer is the disciplined approach known as change management which is a subset of the project management discipline. In this seminar, Susan Grubmayr will explain the change management process and what it entails, and provide you with strategies you can use to increase adoption rates at your organization. There will also be a handout listing additional resources where you can learn more about change management.
Payment Information Cheques for $18.00 are payable to Alexander Holburn and brought to the event.
Reserve your tickets before April 27, 2018