Change management includes a variety of approaches to prepare, support, and help individuals and organizations adapt to change. Because most people struggle to deviate from the status quo, change management can be one of the most critical and challenging aspects of large transformations.
Performing change management for a project that uses an agile approach has its own unique set of challenges. Instead of preparing people to adapt to change over a period of months, we are often preparing for and deploying changes via sprints every four to six weeks. A mindset of embracing experimentation, testing and real time feedback is mission critical to the success of the project.
This webcast will address how life science organizations using an agile approach can optimize change management to accelerate adoption, energize teams, sustain change, and get more value from projects.
- Explain how change management methods evolve within an agile environment.
- Identify some of the impacts that a transformation has on an organization and how change management can accelerate benefits.
- Define guidance around how leadership can align employees and solidify sustainable change.
Please note: CPE credits are not awarded for webcast replay.
Recommended Field of Study:
- Amy Flynn, Global Leader, Life Sciences, Grant Thornton LLP
- Lisa Cooney, Director, Business Change Enablement, Grant Thornton LLP
- Amy Anderson, Senior Director, Organizational Effectiveness, Bristol Myers Squibb
- Lisa McKenzie, Head of Cell & Gene Training & Learning and MP Strategy & Operations Head, Novartis
- Brian Lange, Global IT & Manufacturing Operations Executive, Merck
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