The business climate, your competition, and customer's needs are constantly changing. In this workshop you will learn a defined process for consciously and predictably molding your business toward the outcomes you desire. The process is a proven project-based business change management strategy for assessing, identifying, selecting, and implementing the "right" business initiatives and projects. Adopting such a process can reduce start-up and overall project costs; reduce employee stress; and ensure a higher rate of project completion on time and on budget, and with the expected business value. You'll be guided through a series of highly interactive exercises designed to enable you to learn the process and assessment tools in detail, so that you'll have the foundation to establish a customized process within your organization. You are encouraged, but not required, to complete a general project management workshop prior to attending this one. You have the choice of allowing change to happen, or you can focus on attaining your organization's future by consciously creating desirable and lasting change.
(This is part of the Project Management Certificate Program, but you do not need to enroll in the program to take this workshop.)
Stephen Stofanak is a senior management consultant with over 35 years of business experience. He started his career as an engineer at Digital Equipment Corporation spending 23 years in various technical and management positions in the field as well as at Corporate Field Service and Corporate Manufacturing & Logistics. While at Digital he helped develop the Digital Program Methodology which was used by Digital's consultants for planning & implementing customer projects. He had his own consulting company delivering project and organizational change management training, consulting, and coaching to over 300 companies throughout New England. He worked with such companies as Fairchild, The Jackson Laboratory, Public Service of NH, Cornell University, Laconia Savings, Felton Brush, Kennebunk Savings, York Hospital, Saint-Gobain, and St Joseph's Hospital/Bangor.