change management perspective covers:-
Why change management matters,
Change and the individual,
Change and the organisation,
Key roles in organisational change,
Organisational culture and change and
Defining change covers:-
Aligning change with strategy,
Drivers of change,
Developing vision and
Managing benefits: Ensuring change delivers value covers:-
Benefits management principles and process,
Benefits identification, mapping and analysis,
Planning benefits realisation and
Supporting benefits realisation.
Stakeholder strategy covers:-
Identifying and segment stakeholders,
Stakeholder mapping and strategy and
Managing relationships and mobilizing stakeholers
Communication and engagement covers:-
Theory of effective communicating,
Monitoring and evaluating communication effectiveness
This is a 2 day course for business owners, senior managers, staff managers, internal consultants, senior staff members, and anyone involved in strategic planning and/or the management of business process improvement activities. It is a useful course for bringing the company’s Management Team to a common understanding of the capabilities, goals and objectives of a Lean Six Sigma Programme.
The true experts are those who do the work every day, so the course is an excellent way to develop all the staff to a Lean Six Sigma culture. Bad culture will always beat good process, so changing the culture to key to success. On this two-day Lean Six Sigma Introductory course participants will learn about Six Sigma, Lean principles and the practical application of these tools and techniques, as well as how they can actively direct, manage and participate in these programmes.