This popular SeminarsWorld offering from last year has been updated to include even more tools and templates to help you successfully navigate through each phase of the project management/change management life cycle.
Projects are the vehicles of change. Projects are funded and provided resources not so they can simply be delivered on time, within budget and according to scope, but because they help drive the necessary changes, both individually and organizationally, that create value. Unfortunately, many practitioners today still espouse the traditional inefficient approach of treating the organizational change management/people related side separately from the technical/project related side. This is a recipe for failure and frustration.
Orchestrating Total Project Success details a better way by illustrating how to plan for and mitigate both the project related and people related challenges within each phase of the project life cycle. PMI® recognizes that change is delivered through projects and programs, and because of that, organizational change management, along with deft stakeholder management, is something that should be integrated throughout the project life cycle.
From project initiation all the way through to supporting, sustaining and enhancing the value of project-driven change, this seminar will focus on all the tools, structure, techniques, and insights necessary to facilitate workforce readiness, user adoption, beneficial organizational change, and overall project success. Your conductor for this event will be Thomas Luke Jarocki, one of the world’s leading experts on integrating project and change management.
What You Will Learn
Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:
Understand what it takes to successfully plan an initiative all the way from project initiation through deployment, change adoption, and value creation.
Develop the skills necessary to advise, execute, and lay the necessary foundation for overall project success… regardless of what phase the project may currently be in or what the limitations of your formal job description may be.
Become competent in the use of essential tools and techniques from both the project management and change management disciplines that are necessary to orchestrate and achieve total project success.
Understand what the unique needs and challenges are for each stakeholder group, how these needs vary from phase to phase, and what tools and techniques are most appropriate for any given time or challenge.
Developing the skills necessary to execute in well-defined project phases that focuses resources, improves project quality, aligns stakeholders, maintains executive support, and eliminates costly rework.
The table below displays the number of professional development units (PDUs) awarded for each PMI® credential, as they align to the PMI Talent Triangle®. Leadership and Strategic PDUs apply evenly across all credentials and Technical PDUs apply only to specific credentials. PDUs will be added in full to all eligible credentials.
24 - 26 October 2017
Chicago Illinois, United States
SeminarsWorld® in Chicago offers seminars aligned with the PMI Talent Triangle® that will help you integrate people and technical skills, orchestrate total project success, and more.
SeminarsWorld Chicago complements PMI® Global Conference activities and education sessions. Two sets of SeminarsWorld programs are available this year in Chicago. The first takes place from 24-27 October, at the Marriott Marquis Chicago, where you can earn up to 28 PDUs an See More
Thomas Luke Jarocki, managing director of consulting and training for Emergence One International, is an internationally recognized expert, author, and thought-leader when it comes to integrating project management expertise with organizational change management proficiency. A frequent and popular presenter with PMI audiences worldwide, Thomas has logged nearly 25,000 hours working with various project teams across the United States, Latin America, Europe, and the Middle East. His influential, practical approaches to managing people, projects, and change have been recognized and embraced by corporate leaders, professional organizations, government agencies, and project professionals worldwide.
Thomas was the lead architect of the innovative “E1 Method for Change Leadership and Project Execution” which incorporates organizational change and behavioral science components into the project planning, execution, and continuous improvements life cycles. This breakthrough approach that unifies the project management/change management disciplines is now in place at hundreds of organizations around the globe.Thomas holds an advanced degree in organizational behavior from Columbia University and served on the faculty of the University of Maryland. Clients have included Apple, Motorola, Chevron, McDonalds, HP, McKesson, Plantronics, Cisco, DIRECTV, PepsiCo, and Microsoft.