Lead and manage organisational change

BSBLDR601 Hawthorn

On-campus unit delivery combines face-to-face and digital learning.

Aims and objectives

Today, teams and organizations face rapid change like never before. Globalization has increased the markets and opportunities for more growth and revenue. The global pandemic has resulted in the world witnessing huge upheaval and change across all sectors.
Today we all live in a time when organisations face a need for change as a result of what is better described as a raging torrent than a flow. Accepting change as the new norm is not enough. Along with acceptance must come the determination to ensure that employees are able to adapt continually so businesses can meet these changes.
The aim of this programme is to develop Management and Leadership skills to help individuals, teams and organisations succeed in managing change
Upon completion of this unit, participants will be able to:
  • Define change
  • Evaluate and apply change models and theories to change processes
  • Identify drivers of change
  • Analyse and manage key stakeholders
  • Identify and develop strategies to deal with resistance to change
  • Develop a change plan.
The unit covers 15 modules spread across two 2 day programmes:
Days One and Two
1: What is Organisational Change?
2: Change Models
3: Change Roles
4: Anticipate Change
5: Planning for Change
6: Stakeholder Analysis
7: Managing Resistance to Change
8: Communicating Change
9: The Change Process and Plan
Days Three and Four
10: Analyse External and Internal Context
11: Consult Stakeholders, Specialists and Experts
12: Barriers to change and how to address these
13: Develop Communication, Education Plans
14: Assigning Resources
15: Monitor and Evaluate Change