Date/Time
Date(s) - 21/06/2017 - 22/06/2017
8:30 am - 4:45 pm

Location
Rydges Sydney Central

In a Time of Radical Change you need:

The Best Practice
Change Management Guide
for Australia 2017

One-day case study led forum and two post-forum workshops
21-22 June 2017, Rydges Sydney Central, Sydney

Email Us Directly at: Change Management Guide

or use our Form Request

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By requesting a brochure your email will be added to our change topic database, you can simply unsubscribe at anytime

Also, a number of our past delegates and speakers are part of this LinkedIn Group: Change Management Asia Pacific
 

Hear from leaders of change at:
Allison Dickson, Change Manager – Corporate Strategy, World Vision
Ginger Nocom, Organisational Change Management Lead, Business Transformation, Wesfarmers Industrial and Safety
Fiona Johnson, (currently under contract as the Business Change Manager with WaterNSW)
Colette Raison (currently working as the Organisational Change Manager at a large government department)
Sinead Vorrath (formerly the General Manager Business Analysis and Change Services Enterprise Projects and Change at National Australia Bank Limited)
Michelle Gibbings, Managing Director, Change Meridian
Louise Nelson, Director Integrite Consulting (currently working as the Change Director for the Commonwealth Bank)

We are undergoing a period of radical change in traditional models of business,  this forum is designed to deliver a set of best practices and valuable advice through practical case studies on how to implement the most effective approaches within the participants’ own organisations. There are no sales presentations – each session is shaped so that the delegates learn through every presentation.

* Collaboration and Innovation
* Transformation Change
* Measuring Change Success
* Continuous Improvement
* Agile
* Tools and Beyond
* Juggling Change Management and Project Management
* Over-coming Resistance to Change

Interactive Workshops:
Workshop A: Flexing your agility muscles
Facilitated by: Jude Horrill, Director, The Change Agency and Horrill & Associates Pty Ltd

Workshop B: More Resilience, Less Resistance – Keys to Successful Change
Facilitated by: Jean Kyle, Culture and Organisational Change Specialist, Coach, Director of Adroit Management Group

Forum Partner


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Comments from 2016
Quality of speakers very good and kept momentum going as well as energy in sessions (Rugby League)
Practical examples, great insights (Australia Post)
Great ideas. Different presentation with great speakers (Doug Wolfson, Pivot Consulting)
Range of speakers (David Hales, Fairfax Media)
A good range of topics which were very interesting (Woollahra Council)
Networking
Doug Wolfson – Pragmatic, focused on agile in change innovative.
Meeting other like-minded change agents (Sian Cameron, Senior Change Manager, QANTAS)
Would be good to have more in depth presentations on all topics but constraint was time! (Shane Collins, Ruby League)
Expected more about Agile (Doug Wolfson, Pivot Consulting)
More on Change tools (David Hales, Fairfax Media)
More case studies! How/What worked
Design-Thinking & Change (Sian Cameron, Snr Change Mgr, Qantas)

Comments from 2015
“Good group dynamics, walked away learning new things and ideas”
“Fantastic day of real learning. Great networking and listening to experiences!”
“Thank you, I have taken a lot from this event that I can apply to my workplace”
“Best Forum/event I have attended in a while, Thank you!”

Recommended social media groups
Change Management Asia Pacific LinkedIn – there are over 500 members here

Internal Communication Asia Pacific Linked In

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When you register we will be in contact with you to confirm all your details and answer any questions

$1295 + GST = $1424.50 for the Forum, less if you book early
$695 + GST = $764.50 for each Workshop, less if you book early



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