All organizations are continuously faced with change. And a successful management of change is vital for any organisation to thrive in times of extreme change. The Internet of Things, Robotics, Artificial intelligence, augmented reality and other disruptive technologies - in such a world the only constant is change. Unless you understand what change is, you cannot drive a change process in your organization. And if you cannot drive the change process, the change might drive you. The inability to drive a change process can have serious and long-lasting ramifications on the performance of your organization.
How does management ensure that the planned results are being banked while at the same time having employees and stakeholders engaged to accept the solution? How do management ensure they feel competent to drive and implement the solution? The answers may already be there in the process of how we think and work with change management. And it is within the process that this one-day intensive Change Management course with IME lecturer Michael Nielsen has its focus.
It is about how you identify, classify and manage different types of change. From creating a sense of urgency when you identify a threat or see a new opportunity and all the way to institutionalizing a change program.
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Michael is a Highly skilled Supply Chain and Business Development professional with 15 years of experience with Fortune 100 companies and 10+ years of experience within ASEAN. He is the Regional Operations Manager, South East Asia, at Caterpillar, the heavy equipment and engines company with the HQ in California, USA. Michael holds a Graduate Diploma in Business Administration (Copenhagen Business School) plus an dual degree Executive MBA from INSEAD and Tsinghua specializing in strategy and finance. He is the owner of CINI Danmark and co-founder of Skandinavian Solar in Philippines and has a proven track record in building a strong diverse organization by developing local & diverse leaders in merging and developed markets. Michael enjoys leading change and transforming organizations, building a shared vision and collaboratively working with a strong leadership to developing lasting business relationships. Currently he is residing in Singapore having the regional logistics responsibility in India and ASEAN for a Fortune 100 company.