8 January 2021
Leading Organizational Changeonline course
This elective is designed for those who aspire to be in leadership positions and who want to create and sustain change in their organizations, regardless of their current position. The skills required to lead and manage change and produce positive results are key competencies for those who want to make a difference. Workplaces are increasingly characterized by uncertainty and complexity and the capacity to adapt to change is critical to both your and the organization’s survival. This course will expose you to perspectives and frameworks that will empower you to be a more effective agent of change. Upon completion, you will be better equipped to assess a change challenge, develop action plans to address those change needs, and implement those initiatives.
In 2021, this course will be delivered online only
Please contact Claire Delhomme, winter term manager: firstname.lastname@example.org
Upper undergraduate students and graduate students
After successful completion of the course participants will be able to:
• Better assess the change needs of an organization, identify change opportunities and assess the organization’s readiness for change.
• Better lead and manage processes that facilitate: (1) awakening organizational members to the need for change; (2) the mobilization of organizational members; (3) the acceleration of implementation initiatives; and (4) the institutionalization of change in ways that ready the organization for further renewal
• Utilize competencies critical to the effective management of the human aspects of organizational change
• More effectively lead and manage organizational change and continue to enhance their capacities in this area in the future
EUR 400: 400 euros tuition fee for free movers + 50 euros administrative fee
EUR 0: no tuition fees for students from partner universities