Practical Techniques for Facilitating Change in Your Organization

Once you determine how your organization can work better (smarter!), it’s imperative to manage the process that brings about that change.

strategyJoin Dale Stanley and Deb Hunt as they explore bringing about successful change in Change Management and Change Implementation in the Knowledge Domain (KMKS105), one of several courses offered by SLA and SMR International in the Certificate in Knowledge Management/Knowledge Services program, now in its 8th year.

Learn about developing the business case for change, dealing with resistance, identifying the key stakeholders, and creating a plan for your organization.

Course dates:  Wednesday, September 16 – Wednesday, September 30 (full schedule)
Format:  Five online sessions, independent reading, action planning
Cost:  $495/members | $595/non-members

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Questions? Contact SLA staff.

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