Managing Change Business Simulation

Change is certain. Buy-in isn’t.

Creating buy-in is difficult work. Organizations that are good at change are able to quickly align people around new ways of doing things in response to opportunities or threats. Those that master it build resilience and an enduring competitive advantage.

The simulation is run by ExperienceChange™, which simulates the challenges of real world change, without the real world scars. From analysis through to planning and implementation, the experience delivers the essentials of a year-long change journey in a one-day workshop.

Learning Outcomes:

  • Understand change management best practice and your role in it
  • Gain experience applying best practice in a no-risk environment
  • Be ready to use this knowledge and skills to support future change at the organization
  • Apply change best practice, theories, approaches, and principles to their diverse business situations
  • Build and develop stakeholder buy-in through application of tools and techniques
  • Develop awareness of personal biases that may affect change management and attempts at innovation
  • Share individual experience and expertise within and between teams
  • Identify areas where group process development may be required
  • Move forward immediately with action plans

Eva Klein

Eva Klein is a corporate and clinical psychologist. Since January 2013, she has been a Professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Neurosciences in the Faculty of Health Sciences...
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  • Dates and Fees

    Friday, April 7, 2017

    This module is part of theHealthcare Leadership Development Program

  • Who Should Attend?

    • Physicians in leadership roles or aspiring to leadership positions
    • Academic leaders
    • Nurse managers
    • Hospital administrators
    • Leaders in all healthcare settings including allied health and community based programs
  • The Setting

    Classes are held at the:

    DeGroote School of Business
    Ron Joyce Centre
    4350 South Service Road
    Burlington, ON
    L7L 5R8

    The Ron Joyce Centre is easily accessible from the QEW and Go train service.

  • Learn More

    Contact program manager Andrea Mior for more information about this program.

    Andrea can be reached by email at andream@mcmaster.ca or by phone at 905-525-9140 ext. 20597.

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