The speed at which technology has progressed has meant that businesses are often exposed to vast amounts of change in order to make sure that they keep up with competitors and not end up as the next Kodak and Blockbuster. However, change management is a tricky task that involves more than just IT systems and processes, it affects people who are often the barrier in making sure change is successfully implemented within an organisation.
This workshop will provide insight into different theories related to organisational change as well as practical tools that have been successfully used by speakers present and how they’ve managed to carry out these changes.
In addition, through breakout sessions, you will learn and identify the best approach in order to minimize resistance, whilst maximising the business buy-in. Ultimately, by the end of the workshop, you will feel confident enough to implement and manage changes within your own organisation.
In this workshop you will learn:
Paul Beadsmoore | Director of Programme Management and Business Transformation | The Law Society
- How to create a case for change and learn how to design a best-fit change approach
- Understand the success factors of organisational change
- Understand the tools, templates and instruments needed to help deal with implementing change
- How to bring people on board within your organisation in order to make change a success
Erica Hodgson | Business Change Lead | The Law Society
Is there a difference between managing change and change management?
How can they relate and work together? Paul Beadsmoore & Erica Hodgson from the Law Society will explore the symbiotic relationship between the two and how establishing a relationship across the two specialities will give programmes better chances of success.
Steve Marjot | Head of Change Centre of Excellence | Royal Bank of Scotland
Jonathan Beckett | Change Centre of Excellence | Royal Bank of Scotland
Turning Data into Insights whilst simplifying, automating and standardising reporting
Join Steve Marjot and Jonathan Beckett as they discuss how they have reduced manual reporting across the RBS change portfolio by over 70,000 reports per annum whilst providing trended insights that are changing the way change is governed, reported and managed. This activity has reduced cost, supported active change governance and is a foundation for speeding up the pace of change.