Adapting to the constantly changing business climate is crucial to corporate survival. Managers can learn how to effectively transform their organizations at all levels through Georgia Tech College of Management's Applied Change Management workshop December 11-13 (8:30 AM-4:30 PM each day).
Including the ExperienceChange computer simulation allowing participants to learn by doing, the high-impact workshop teaches how to:
- Understand the business drivers for change
- Assess the political landscape for change
- Understand the different stages and roles in change implementation
- Use proven tools for measuring change progress and outcomes
- Develop versatility in change leadership behaviors
During the computer simulation, participants will act as change consultants hired by a fictional company. Working on teams, they will be required to plan and implement a strategic shift necessary to save a company. With limited time and budget, the teams must quickly create a change plan and implement it in the face of company-wide resistance.
Past participants have raved about the workshop:
"The ExperienceChange computer simulation was an excellent and fun way to try out our new leadership and change management skills." - Jim Cencula, technology manager, GE Energy
"Great program! It provides a full insight of how to manage change in today's business climate." - Ian French, vice president of Consolidated Engineering
"The program allowed me to focus on the many aspects of leading change. The computer simulation was great!." - Mark Dailey, director of corporate payroll, Mohawk Industries.
The three-day workshop costs $2,900 per person, a fee including books, instructional materials, lunch, snacks, and parking. Pricing discounts are available to companies that send three or more employees to the same program. To receive this discount, team members must register at the same time.
To register online, click here. For information about registering by phone, mail, or fax, click here.
For more information, visit the Executive Education homepage or contact Vanda Harrill at 404-894-5606 or