With COVID and social movements including the Great Resignation and Quiet Quitting, we are experiencing unprecedented numbers of employees leaving the workforce, either physically or mentally, in order to avoid high stress and burnout and bring a better sense of balance to their lives. All this, while the ongoing number of projects and change organizations are taking on to remain competitive and satisfy their customers continues to rise. To maintain and grow their customer base, organizations seek out, listen to and leverage their customers to influence decisions.
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In the face of unprecedented disruption affecting the workforce with increasing speed, the playbook for driving business transformation requires a revolutionary approach. This webinar invites you on a journey of discovery, exploring Transformation Management Offices (TMOs) and their role in guiding forward-looking companies through impactful change. This interactive session will show you practical strategies, frameworks, and tips for creating and growing your own TMO to drive true organizational transformation.
We have seen many project artifacts (charters, kickoff decks, risks plans, and etc.) that have a reference to the effort being complex. So why do we have such a difficult time dealing with complexity? This presentation will take an approach to dealing with complexity for project and programs and any work effort that uses the word transformation. We will discuss the definition of complexity, the inadequacy of organizations to “deal with complexity”, how to analysis the work effort to determine its level of complexity, how to quantify it’s complexity, and most importantly how a project professional can harness the ability to improve the odds of being successful by including complexity in the project lifecycle.
Step into a captivating webinar where we explore the true nature of business transformations. Just as no one loses weight by merely wearing sports clothes, organizations cannot truly change by merely adopting the outward appearance of transformation. Join us as we dive deep into the underlying causes of failed business transformations and discover the crucial elements that go beyond the illusion of change. Uncover the missing pieces needed to drive meaningful and lasting transformations within your organization. Gain valuable insights, practical strategies, and real-life examples to redefine your approach to transformation, break free from the illusion and embark on a journey of genuine organizational change.
This webinar will focus on the importance of strategy and planning. It will highlight the need for an effective strategic plan to start with a purpose (the North Star). It will also emphasize that a strategic plan should include goals, strategic priorities (prioritized work), your target market and customer, key results, and core values (the “how”). We will discuss each of these components and how they should connect to each other and the purpose. We will also discuss the importance of bringing your strategic plan to life at all levels of the organization through communications and change management. Finally, we will talk about the routines needed for accountability to keep driving toward the outcomes an organization is striving to achieve and the adoption of the culture that will ultimately drive success.
Change is a constant in today's fast-paced business environment. It is critical to manage it effectively to ensure successful outcomes. This presentation will discuss the importance of using empathetic leadership to manage change effectively for stakeholders. Through real-world examples and case studies, attendees will gain insights into enhancing stakeholder engagement by applying the empathy map.
This presentation will focus on providing a message about your project with supporting data. It will be a pragmatic approach to better engage your audience and help them retain your message. There will be examples of the stories and the appropriate means of communicating the message.
In this webinar, we will explore where we find ourselves using a logic of yesterday and what we can do to align with the needs of today’s project managers that require responsiveness to harness the power of turbulence. Together, we will examine a responsive model of change that can be applied to both projects and programs.
Learn to quickly assess a project’s viability using a three-step approach. First, learn how to determine where the project falls on a spectrum ranging from simple to chaotic. Second, learn the organizational balance needed to move the project forward based on where the project is on that spectrum. And, finally, learn the organizational changes needed as you move the project towards simplicity and success. It all boils down to one question.