- 9 April 2019
Blythe Gate Shirley SOLIHULL West Midlands B90 8AE
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Change management is changing: what does Enterprise Change Management mean to the project profession?
Enterprise Change Management is one of the hot topics of 2019. This event will look at what it is, what it isn’t and how it might affect our working environments and our careers.
“Enterprise-wide change management has taken on new relevance and importance…With the prevalence and frequency of change, we are seeing a decentralisation of change management officers, and a shift to spread this skill set across the business".
This new enterprise-wide approach to organisational change impacts the traditional cultures and approaches of project and programme management, business change management and those shaping and leading change.
There are a number of questions for those of us working in relevant professions, including:
- What are the drivers for Enterprise Change Management and how might it continue to evolve over the coming years?
- How do we best adapt our skills to stay relevant and successful in light of this current thinking?
- How do we continue to add value in our roles if the wider organisational approach to change is changing?
- Is this an aspirational, short-term trend, or will it really make an impact to our world of work?
This event will:
- Explore how traditional views of business change are being challenged in the era of Enterprise Change Management.
- Examine the desired mindset, behaviours and skills behind the new approach.
- Explore the realities of moving organisations to this new way of working.
- Discuss how this new approach will enhance or challenge the project and programme management profession.
We can’t promise to give you all the answers, but you can expect a lively evening of challenge, discussion and a few refreshments to fuel your brain!
 Strategy Execution (2019) Top 10 Trends for 2019. TwentyEighty Strategy Execution Inc. p5
Nicola Busby is an experienced business change practitioner, trainer and author, with many years’ experience of managing a range of business changes in the public, private and non-profit sector in the UK. Her clients have included the Houses of Parliament, Penguin Random House, The Financial Ombudsman Service and the National Childbirth Trust (NCT).
Nicola passionately believes that a strong focus on people can make a big difference to the success of change initiatives. She trains and lectures on business change management and coaches and mentors those working in business change.
Nicola is an accredited trainer for the APMG Change Management Foundation and Practitioner Certificate. She authored chapter 7 of the Effective Change Manager’s Handbook, entitled Change Readiness, Planning and Measurement. The Handbook is the official textbook for the APMG Change Management Certification.
She enjoys spending quality time with delegates, developing their abilities to think like business change managers. Attitude is as important as knowledge and skills when working in business change.
Nicola has recently published her first solo book, 'The Shape of Change', which includes a series of examples of change initiatives in the private, public and non-profit sectors which describes the change management journey.
This event is suitable for professionals with any level of experience.
APM Body of Knowledge 6th edition reference
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Learning and development
Human resource management