Understand the fundamental concepts and organisational benefits of effective change management with this instructor-led workshop.
Duration: 1-Day Physical Workshop + 2-hours follow-up session held online 4 weeks later
Physical Workshop Course time: 9am to 5pm (SGT)
Virtual Workshop Course time: 10am to 12pm (SGT)
Run 1: 5 March 2024 (Physical Workshop) & 5 April 2024 (Virtual Workshop)
Run 2: 13 March 2024 (Physical Workshop) & 8 April 2024 (Virtual Workshop)
Run 3: 21 March 2024 (Physical Workshop) & 15 April 2024 (Virtual Workshop)
*Please note that workshop dates will be allocated randomly based on participants’ indicated availability.
1 Day Physical Workshop
The Taking Charge of Change workshop applies the five tenets of change management to a specific project or change initiative to build awareness and desire for change management.
2 hours follow-up session
Be guided with a 2 hours online coaching/follow-up session on how you have applied the knowledge to your work and the key challenges faced, if any.
At the end of this programme, you will be able to:
- establish a shared definition of change management and how it impacts organisational outcomes
- understand the connection between the technical and people aspects of change
- understand the research and best practices around change management
- learn and apply the five tenets of change to an initiative or project
- understand the value of change management
- complete diagnostics and assessments for the intended initiative / project
- understand and apply the Prosci ADKAR® Model for individual change
- develop an awareness of the three phases of organisational change
- develop a ‘commitment to action’ plan
Who Should Attend
- Please refer to the prerequisites below.
- High-potential leaders that seek a better understanding of change management.
- Key stakeholder groups that are impacted by significant organisational changes.
- Change Agents/Champions who seek to understand fundamental change concepts and establish a common language with change practitioners.
- Project teams that seek to understand what it means to apply change management.
You would need to be involved in a project and working on change management efforts in your team or organisation.
Please click on the lists below to ascertain if you are a member of the NEXT Change Community:
This programme will cover the following:
The foundation of successful projects
- What is change management?
- Delivering results and outcomes
Tenet 1: We change for a reason
- The reasons for change
- Change as a process
Tenet 2: Organisational change requires individual change
- Individuals as the unit of change
- Impacted groups and aspects of job change
Tenet 3: Organisational outcomes are the collective result of individual change
- Connecting individuals to organisational change
- ROI factors of effective change
Tenet 4: Change management is an enabling framework
- The Prosci Methodology
- Top contributors to success
- Change management roles
Tenet 5: We apply change management to realise the benefits of change
- Mobilising adoption and usage
- Action items and next steps
- Resistance management
This programme is sponsored by GovTech’s Digital Workplace (DWP) team.
Programme package includes the following:
- programme set-up and preparation
- issue of programme joining instructions and pre-reading materials
- instructor led training, tuition and facilitation
- this includes virtual or hardcopy programme workbook and handouts, Best Practices in Change Management – 11th Edition Excerpt, Change Management: The People Side of Change and one-year subscription to digital content, resources and tools in the Prosci Hub Solution Suite (Research Hub)
- upon completion of the programme, participants will receive a digital badge and downloadable certificate by Prosci Singapore
Registration for this programme is for public service officers who are members of the NEXT Change Community (i.e. Change Agents and Change Champions only).
Applicants need to submit a pre-screening form here https://go.gov.sg/prosciworkshop by 17 January 2024. Only successful applicants will be notified via email approximately 1 to 2 months before the workshop start date.