State employees at all levels are encouraged to attend.
This workshop is a half day and offers an interactive, shared learning environment. The real-world case study used throughout the class demonstrates how to cope with and properly manage change. Change happens, and sometimes it feels like trying to nail Jell-O to a tree. This half-day workshop shows the importance of change control and that managing it effectively on your project or in your daily job is essential to overall success. Real-world examples and case studies are used to demonstrate what happens when change is managed properly and the challenges and heartburn that occur when it isn't.
- Change control - what works and what doesn't (be aware, be very aware).
- Effective communications required to manage change.
- Importance of base lining, knowing when change occurs and effectively managing it.
- Ensure and enforce a formal documented and communicated change process.
Additional learning objectives:
- Learn the four types of organizational change.
- Understand the impact of culture on change.
- Learn the transition phases.
- Learn coping strategies for managing change.
George Angel is a Certified Project Management Professional (since 1998) and an IBM Certified Executive Project Manager. He has over 30 years as a successful Project Manager and 40 years with IBM serving in several key areas such as: IT Program Manager, Help Desk Manager, Finance Manager, and Project Executive. George has a bachelor’s degree in Business Management from the University of Albuquerque. He served as President on the Board of Directors for Boulder County Special Transit and teaches project management classes at Colorado State University (CSU), AIMs College, Colorado University (CU), PMI, and internationally for IBM. George is founder and manager of Eagle Business Services, a project management education and consulting company since 1994.