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Help for managing organizational change
Emory Report | Jan. 15, 2016
Managing a project that demands organizational change can present an overwhelming challenge.
How can a manager within an office, a department or an organization ensure that the affected population not only buys into it, but is also aware, ready and trained?
Libraries and Information Technology Services Project Management Office (LITS PMO) Community of Practice (COP) answers that challenge by offering a free workshop, “Organizational Change Management and You” from 10 to 11 a.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 19, in the Jones Room of the Woodruff Library.
The workshop is open to all in the Emory and Oxford communities. No sign-up is required.
It is designed to help participants work through strategies and share real-world examples on how to be successful in addressing the people side of change management.
This workshop is the second in a series of four presented by the LITS Project Management Office, but it is not necessary to have attended the first workshop. Read about that session at LITS Project Management Workshop.