Change Management in the Public Sector
|Event Date/Time: Dec 05, 2011||End Date/Time: Dec 06, 2011|
5 - 6 December 2011
According to Fortune Magazine, over 90% of change initiatives fail to deliver the strategic outcomes expected. Often this is the result of the wrong assumption that people will take to introduced changes automatically. However, especially public sector organisations often have a culture of people wanting to hold on to what they have, rather than embracing the new.
For change initiatives to succeed a carefully planned strategy, sound leadership, open, clear and concise communication and a focus on the people aspects of change are essential.
This one-day forum will provide you with opportunities to hear timely and topical public sector change management case studies. Youâ€™ll have the chance to interact and network with presenters and attendees from similar organisations to yours and share ideas and how to:
-Use change management principles for ever changing government departments
-Execute incremental and radical change initiatives in your organisation
-Overcome common obstacles to change
-Measure the progress and outcomes of your change initiative
-Exercise change management as a positive tool for organisational renewal