Today’s business environment is in a constant state of change with the proliferation of technology and organisations are compelled to innovate and change in order to survive and continue to grow.
One of the most profound effects of technology to organisations has been in the exponential growth resulting in organisations growing faster than ever compared to organisations of yester-years. This has created not only a need to reassess the way we look at change but also the speed of change.
In recent years, the adoption of technology in the business world has accelerated, as organizations continue to seek competitive advantage and efficiency to meet the demands of the online consumer. This rapid pace of change is getting more and more difficult especially for companies who have been operating in the traditional environment and is now required to excel in the world of abundance.
So how do these traditional organisations transform quickly enough. How do they overcome the perils of an embedded organizational pattern established through years of practice? How do they continue to sustain themselves and grow in this digital world.
The responsibility of change today for modern organisations lies not only in the leaders but to everyone in the organisation. Knowing how to plan for and implement change is a critical skill for every modern manager.
This 2-day program provides a deeper understanding of the challenges, the techniques and the problems associates with initiating and implementing changes in an organization particularly in today’s digital age. Using a blend of change methodologies and holistic thinking approaches, this program enables the participants to have a practical approach blending both theory and practice in organisational change strategies and decision making. It looks at critical areas from the perspective of people, process and technology that must change in order to lead in this new digital environment. If follows a step-by-step approach and combines a hands-on approach and collaborative sessions to cultivate knowledge sharing and experiential learning.