Organizational Change Management for the Project Manager
How often do you hear about past projects? Are they always good stories? Are the stakeholders being good care takers of your work? What can we do to help increase your projects success after you leave? Martin will be discussing the challenges of organizational change and some tools and techniques to help projects be successful after the project manager has moved on to another project.
- The audience will walk away with John Kotter’s eight-stage process for leading organization change.
- Martin will show you how to weave the OCM process into your stakeholder management planning.
- You will learn about the W. Warner Burke process of organization change.
Can't be there in person? This program is being Livestreamed!
Wednesday, October 17, 2018
5:30pm: Career Development Workshop, This requires a separate registration
6:30pm: Doors open, registration
6:30pm: Networking, Light Dinner
7:00pm: Speaker begins
8:00pm: Post-Event Networking
8:30pm: Program ends
12175 Visionary Way
Fishers, IN 46038
Online registration closes Monday 10/15 11:59PM.
Seats are limited for this event
Pre-registered PMICIC Members: $00.00
Pre-registered First Time Guests (Non-PMICIC Member): $00.00
Pre-registered Non-PMICIC Members: $20.00
All Unregistered Walk-ins: $30.00 (cash, check, credit card)
Pre-registered Students w/ valid school ID: $00.00
Presented by Martin Wagner
Staring his professional career in higher education, Martin J. Wagner has published research on STEM education for the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) as well as Exploring the sustainability life cycle of enterprise computers for Portland International Center for Management of Engineering and Technology (PICMET). He is formerly an adjunct faculty member of the Kelley School of Business. He received his Master of Science in Technology from the Purdue School of Engineering & Technology in 2013. His focus was on Organizational Change Management and Process Engineering. Martin transitioned into the private sector as a consultant managing projects for Fortune 200 companies based in the Midwest. Currently, Martin works as a project manager at Seven Corners in Carmel, Indiana. Seven Corners is an innovative and service focused international travel insurance and specialty benefit management company.
PMICIC Monthly Programs are the third Wednesday of every month.