Training Class: Leading Organizational Change

/Training Class: Leading Organizational Change
Training Class: Leading Organizational Change 2018-08-02T15:15:44+00:00

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Class Description

Leading Organizational Change Using ERICA (one day)

What are the volatile elements that cause change within IT? What can senior, middle, and first line managers do to help facilitate these changes in ways that are meaningful and can be successful for the company, the IT team and themselves?

This class outlines what must be in place for change to occur and various formal and informal methodologies to help facilitate it, on both an individual basis and regarding the IT organization as a whole.

Class Topics include:

  • Questions and Concepts
    • Internal and External Drivers of Change – IT
    • Internal and External Drivers of Change – Organizational
    • Myths About Change
    • Pettigrew & Whipp’s Typology
    • Lewin’s 3 Stage Model of Change
    • Kotter’s Eight Step Change Model
    • Necessary Conditions for Effective Change
  • Deciding to Make Change Happen
    • Key Questions When Planning For Change
    • Overcoming Resistance to Change
  • ERICA Change Framework
    • Environment
      • Reason, Vision, Urgency, Impact and Scope
    • Resources
      • Management Support, Funding, People
    • Individuals
      • Ability and willingness to change
    • Culture
      • Ability and willingness to change
    • Action
      • Plan, Execution, Measurement

Key Take-Aways:

  • An understanding of the role of IT in organizational growth and change
  • Knowledge of key industry change methodologies
  • Conceptual perspective to induce change within IT and the company in general

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