Leading Change in Complex Organizations

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This organization change management program helps executives harness the leadership skills, political resources, and cultural understandings needed to guide successful organizational change. The course utilizes a unique analytical framework to address the change process from three perspectives: strategic, political, and cultural. Each of these perspectives provides critical insights and tools that enable managers to avoid the pitfalls associated with traditional approaches to change.

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Leading Change in Complex Organizations
Certificate Track: Management and Leadership
Location: Cambridge, Massachusetts
Tuition: $9,300 (excluding accommodations)
Program Days (for certificate credit): 5

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The 21st century organization is enormously complex, difficult to understand, and even more difficult to manage. A volatile mix of dynamics are triggering changes in the workplace. As the complexity increases, effective managers must have a strong knowledge of the people in the organization and the tasks they perform. And they must have the skills to use that knowledge in practical and flexible ways. This program will present innovative perspectives on organizational change management problems and offers practical ways to solve them. The issues examined apply across organizations, national boundaries, and technical domains.

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"A superb program for experienced managers dealing with change - rigorous, practical and immediately useful material. And the faculty and staff are amazing!" ~ Stephen N.

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"Like a good play or restaurant, this course left me wanting more." That was the sentiment from Brad Evans, Nuclear Operations Division Manager at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, when asked about his thoughts on the Leading Change in Complex Organizations program.