Anticipating change

Positioning your organisation to manage change effectively. A course covering planning, environmental analysis, business contingency planning and more.

By the end of the course, participants should:

  • Be able to use the annual planning cycle mechanisms to anticipate change
  • Have gained an understanding of various techniques for monitoring the external environment
  • Be able to undertake a risk analysis and develop a risk management strategy
  • Understand the elements of change proofing and how they apply to their own organisation
  • Develop an action plan to apply within the organisation

The programme for this one-day training course is as follows:

09.45 Coffee
10.00 Introductions, what do we want to get out of the day and domestic announcements
10.15 Session 1: Good governance and the planning cycle
11.15 Session 2: Risk analysis and risk management
12.45 Lunch & networking
13.30 Session 3: Environmental scanning techniques – spotting change coming
14.30 Session 4: Change-proofing, a brief guide – taking an holistic approach
15.30 Next steps; action lists, summary and feedback
16.00 (approx) Close

The next time this course is running is 18th April 2013. The venue is the Business Technology Centre, Bessemer Drive, Stevenage, Herts SG1 2DX which is about 20 minutes out of Kings Cross and close to Junction 7 of the A1M. Please see here for details.

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