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HR Role in Managing Organizational Change

By: Chartered Institute of Personnel Management of Nigeria (CIPM)

Lagos State, Nigeria

24 - 25 May, 2016  2 day

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NGN 120,000

In today’s competitive business landscape, where creative organizational strategy and business innovations are critical for businesses to remain viable and relevant, effective change management becomes a non-negotiable imperative for an organization’s success. More so, change happens very rapidly and the precipitating factors are increasing rather than abating

Change Management as a strategic approach in preparation for major transitions in an organizations structure, people, process and business model must be carefully piloted in order to optimize the organizations potentials and successfully achieve desired repositioning, while sustaining the gains.

In the words of Dave Ulrich “change management isn’t restricted exclusively to HR. Line managers are the owners of change while HR can be seen as its architect, facilitator and designer. Nobody ever said that only HR manages change.”

This advanced course is designed to identify and examine the strategic role of the HR in managing organizational change as architect and facilitator for best business outcomes.

Learning Objectives

At the end of the programme, participants will be able to:

  • Appreciate organizational change and precipitating factors
  • Identify the point where change becomes imperative
  • Explain the importance of the change initiative
  • Identify role of HR in Change Management
  • Identify the appropriate relationship between HR and internal stakeholders in a change project
  • Conduct evaluation of change using appropriate analytical tools
  • Discussion Points will include:
  • Change Imperative: Why do organizations need to change
  • Learning to deal with the impact of change
  • Managing the people along with technical side of change
  • Moving your people from fear to commitment
  • Creating and managing a change plan
  • The six-step change management process and key activities
  • Implications of change on key human resources systems
Lagos May 24 - 25 May, 2016
NGN 120,000.00
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07012318336, 08121006632, 08034064263

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