Change Management

Change management is a critical strategic task in any organization. In most cases, leaders are the ones responsible for the formulation and implementation of change. In the last decade, statistics have shown that almost 80% of change projects do not succeed. Research has shown that most change management projects do not attain the desired results and organizations look for answers outside as to why they failed.

To respond to change today, many organizations have invested heavily in capital-intensive expenditures such as new equipment and technology in the hope that these will reduce cost and increase productivity. They have had these hopes because they have believed the slick presentations provided by consultants and sales representatives which promise positive results over-night. Alternatively, they have adhered to a century-old belief, which has since been largely debunked, that has said that through technological innovation alone survival and prosperity will be assured. Unfortunately, the prevailing belief is that the shiny new thing is more “appealing” and easy to sell to customers who are looking for the one thing that will solve all their profitability and survivability issues.

Nonetheless, much of the recent academic research has shown that it is not the “hard” technology acquisitions by themselves that guide organizational success, but the integration of these assets into organizational change management processes that elevate the importance of the human system. It is the integration that really makes the difference.

This program focuses on the human aspect of change management and helps bring to fore the critical human behaviours so important for a successful transition.

Program Objectives

To learn and develop good understanding change management concepts

  • What is a learning organization?
  • What are the principles which guide a learning organization?
  • My learning profile.
  • Designing a learning organization.
  • Barriers to change.
  • Understanding your openness to change.
  • Core values.
  • Challenges to change.
  • Change initiatives in your organization and in your team you want to drive and how.

Target Audience

The workshop is designed for Middle level/Senior level professionals/managers/aspiring managers/team leaders of all departments.


  • You will develop good understanding of the tools to manage change in the least disruptive way possible for your team and other stakeholders.
  • Understand why a learning organization is a prerequisite to creating an organization which embraces change with ease.
  • How to design a learning organization.
  • You will understand the barriers to change and you will be able to overcome the same when you see one.
  • You will understand your openness to change and create an action plan where ever needed.
  • Understand the importance of communication in the change management process.