LEADING CHANGE

Help Your Organization Thrive in Challenging Times

Modern businesses are forced to deal with change seemingly at every turn. Those with a “change ready” culture are positioned to thrive — while others are left behind.

The Terry College Leading Change program illuminates frameworks, tactics and best practices by focusing on the application of theory and providing practical examples of change interventions. Crucially, it helps you design ways to convince your team to embrace change.

LEADING CHANGE

Help Your Organization Thrive in Challenging Times

Modern businesses are forced to deal with change seemingly at every turn. Those with a “change ready” culture are positioned to thrive — while others are left behind.

The Terry College Leading Change program illuminates frameworks, tactics and best practices by focusing on the application of theory and providing practical examples of change interventions. Crucially, it helps you design ways to convince your team to embrace change.


  • Learn practical tools and best practices to effectively lead change
  • Understand the application of change frameworks and common responses to change
  • Identify how to mobilize key stakeholders to co-create, implement, and manage change

Leading Change participants:

Leading Change participants:

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Terry College of Business

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Atlanta, GA 30326

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  • Learn practical tools and best practices to effectively lead change
  • Understand the application of change frameworks and common responses to change
  • Identify how to mobilize key stakeholders to co-create, implement, and manage change
  • Organize teams with well-defined projects that have direct impact on your organization's bottom line
  • Learn the DMAIC approach to problem solving: Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve, and Control
  • Improve quality by minimizing errors and establishing firm processes
  • Organize teams with well-defined projects that have direct impact on your organization's bottom line
  • Learn the DMAIC approach to problem solving: Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve, and Control
  • Improve quality by minimizing errors and establishing firm processes