Change Management Course: Lead Innovation

Change Management Course: Lead Innovation

Short courses in Sydney CBD, open to everyone.

Take a proactive approach to dealing with change with our Change Management courses in Sydney CBD.

Learn Change Management with our Change Management courses in Sydney CBD – short courses open to everyone.

This innovation and change management course will outline the processes required to encourage innovation and lead change within your organisation. You will be equipped with a range of change management models and provided with criteria for selecting an appropriate change model to deal with each workplace situation involving change and innovation. Indeed, the selection of the most appropriate change model for each change situation is the key focus of this change management course. Once a suitable evidence-based change model is selected for case studies and any change situations offered by class members, then a set of steps will be developed within the class setting for enacting change in a practical, hands-on way.

Learning Aims

This innovation and change management course aims to develop your skills in:

  • Stimulating and fostering innovation within a team environment.
  • Leading workplace change.
  • Selecting a suitable change management model for each workplace setting.
  • Developing a set of action steps for successfully enacting change.
  • Post-evaluating the change process and taking further action to achieve desired outcomes, where needed.

Learning Outcomes

At the completion of this innovation and change management course you will benefit from an enhanced level of proficiency in fostering innovation in a team-based work environment, managing change and a practical understanding of how to apply the more common change management models used in the world today.

Course Content

This innovation and change management course will cover the following content:

Creating opportunities

The relationship between change management, business improvement and innovation.

Fostering and supporting innovation

The mechanics behind creating an environment for innovation and change.

Innovative work practice

  • Developing innovative ideas.
  • Supporting innovation.
  • Continuous improvement.

Change leadership

  • Initiating and leading change.
  • Pre-empting change.
  • Developing new ideas from current practice.

Facilitating commitment

  • Recognising resistance.
  • The need for communication.
  • Overcoming barriers.
  • Recognising and managing distress.

Implementing change

  • Analysing and assessing impact.
  • Monitoring success.

Planning into action

Monitoring and evaluating changes

Intended Audience

This innovation and change management course is suitable for managers, supervisors and team leaders who are looking to develop their innovation practices, change management knowledge and expand on their leadership approach to innovation and change. This change management course has been designed for professionals at all stages of their career from diverse sectors, including public and private enterprise, as well as institutions and not-for-profit organisations. Post-graduate students seeking a more practical understanding of how to successfully execute real change programs, whilst embracing positive risk will also benefit from this innovation and change management course.

Delivery Style

This innovation and change management course will be delivered as an interactive workshop consisting of an instructor-led lecture, group and individual activities. This training approach allows participants to work through concepts introduced by the instructor in an application-focused teaching environment. Participants will challenge their understanding of the concepts and consider their application once back in their individual workplace.

Course Prerequisites

This change management course has no prerequisites and is open to all members of the public.

John Scott applies the latest advanced practices in the fields of business, leadership, organisational psychology, analytics and engineering to educational delivery. He has been involved in management and training for more than 30 years. He has held senior corporate and general management positions for multinationals across a range of industries, both in Australia and overseas.

Today as a global management consultant working across all continents, John captures the most recent thinking and practices in the short courses he teaches at University of Newcastle. John is multi-disciplinary, being degree qualified in business, psychology and statistics. He is also an accredited lean engineering practitioner. He has spent the last 15 years designing courses for a range of leading public universities in Australia, as well as one of the world’s largest private universities headquartered in USA. With this background, he brings to UoN the most up to date short courses for equipping and developing today’s modern professional in the world’s leading practices.

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