Today’s project managers are at the forefront of change in their organizations. They implement new technologies, lead process improvement efforts, reduce business costs, and enable innovation. All of these activities have significant change-management components to them.
Change, whether incremental or transformative, can create significant challenges in organizations due to the difficulties of individuals and groups unable to adapt to change. Organizational success is dependent on the ability to respond to and manage environmental changes, and develop strong leaders to guide the process. Leaders are required to lead from the forefront and develop effective strategies to recruit, retain, and develop effective successors.
At the 2019 National Capital Symposium, we will discuss what it takes to lead successful projects. We will identify the behaviours of successful change leaders and their best practices. We will explore methods for managing resistance to change and for developing change leaders. Join us at the 2019 National Capital Project Management Symposium on October 22-24, 2019.
New for PMI OVOC 2019 Symposium!
All Symposium track sessions and speakers will be video recorded. What does this mean for you? You now have the opportunity to attend both track sessions. Attendees can now attend one session in person and if desired they can view the second track presentation at a later date. More information to come.