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Apr 24, 2008

Change Management Seminar to Provide Critical Skills for Business Change Leaders

Seminar participants will learn to manage and sustain organizational change using proven techniques. The course is being jointly presented by NOVACES and the University of New Orleans and is intended for project managers, deployment managers, executive sponsors of change initiatives, change management practitioners, and anyone leading or facing change in their organization.

New Orleans, LA (PRWEB) April 24, 2008 -- NOVACES, a provider of Lean Six Sigma consulting and training services, and the University of New Orleans have announced a seminar designed to provide attendees with the insights and understanding needed to manage change in their own organizations. The seminar is scheduled for June 11-13, 2008 in New Orleans. The program will focus on the skills for preparing workable plans and choosing the right tools to manage and sustain change.

Among the distinguished faculty, William Lannes, Professor Emeritus of the University of New Orleans and author of The Change Cycle Handbook: How to Initiate, Implement, and Institutionalize Change, will be the principal presenter. Based on the proven principles in his handbook, the seminar also will reveal how to stay competitive and gain critical know-how to meet the challenges of organizational change.

This seminar will cover the real-life solutions that bring about lasting change in any organization.
Attendees will learn through interactive classes and hands-on workshops how to select the right people for key roles in a change initiative; how to use the principles and tools of successful change implementations; and how to approach each phase of change in proven and effective steps.

"All too often people engaged in navigating change in their organizations lack the skills to be effective change agents," said Lannes. "This seminar will cover the real-life solutions that bring about lasting change in any organization."

Attendees who successfully complete this hands-on seminar will be eligible for 17 PDUs from the Project Management Institute and 2 CEUs from the University of New Orleans. For a detailed course description and registration information click here to visit the official website.


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