Transcend principal Phil Hood and Steve Zlotolow, former associate dean of international and extended studies at San Jose State University, have announced a new Bay Area course that will be available to managers and teams beginning this fall. Change Management and Business Problem Solving: An Integration of Process and Practice updates a program they first delivered in 2006. It’s a condensed workshop providing a solid overview of concepts in change management, decision-making, and problem-solving. Rapid, intuitive tools are introduced that enable leaders to quickly cut to the heart of strategic and organizational challenges. Implementation exercises that enable students to work on their real-world problems and the challenges of executing change management plans are introduced throughout the two-day program. The course will begin this winter at CSU East Bay. Private workshops are also available.
The course provides a model for systematic change with a framework for problem-solving. It gives participants practice in using tools on their team’s real-world challenges.
- The Change Process
- Social and Organizational Context
- Stages of the Process
- Roles For Change Leaders and Team Members
- Analytical Tools for Problem Solving
- 2 x 2 Thinking and Practice
- Strategic Frameworks
- Organizational Frameworks
- Individual Frameworks
For information on other executive courses or consultative workshops, contact Phil Hood.