Leading Change and Organizational Renewal

Code: 
BM16
Course duration: 
1 Week
Tuition fee: 
USD 1,250.00
Unit: 
Development Management

​This course ​description ​is indicative, and only for reference ​purposes. The course is not scheduled unless advertised in our calendar. If you are interested in this course​,​ or require a customized course​ that is similar to this​, please note that ​fees start from USD ​12,500 for one week course. This fee is for a customized course for ten or fewer participants. For additional participants, the fee is USD 1250 ​per participant.

​For these fees, the client may customize the course to the precise needs ​of the client's organization. Scheduling will be in consultation with the client.

Participants: Mid to senior managers in companies operating in fast-paced business environments, and who are struggling with the issues of winning through innovation and becoming more responsive organizational change.

Course Brief: In order to become competitive and stay relevant in the midst of fast and constantly changing environment, every organization, be it in the public or private sector, government or non-government, should evolve, innovate and lead to change. Organizations that remain stagnant and resist change fail to survive or are left behind in the fast-paced environment. Organizations that continue to innovate and re-invent themselves, their products or their system improve their efficiency, effectiveness and their capability to provide value-added services to their clients. These organizations find themselves relevant and competitive. They seize the opportunity ahead of their competitors.

Based on this premise, dynamic leaders should learn not only to manage change but to lead change within the organization and beyond. It is a key challenge for leaders to direct the organization towards innovation and renewal.

This course aims to serve the continuing development of professionals who understand the importance of change and the need to manage it to the full advantage of the organization.