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CoP Event – Utilizing ‘Rapid Change Management’ (UPDATED)
July 28, 2016 @ 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
The Change Management Communities of Practice invites you to, “Utilizing Rapid Change Management”!
This session will address the principles that underlie effective change management in fast-paced, uncertain environments:
- Organization – Matching information processing capacity with uncertainty
- Motivation – Resistance to being changed
- Pace – “One Minute” is too slow for today’s manager
And when all the fancy change management principle and theories fail, tell them to, “Just get over it!”
Part 1: Change Management is “More than a Feeling”
Project managers will often be involved in stirring up emotions as changes they are part of make their journey through the organization. There is not a one-size-fits-all approach in managing change so what approaches should be used? This session will discuss real experiences in moving a large organization through a change process in office space and effectively communicating tradeoffs in the process.
Part 2: Sub-Title – Tell Them to Just Get Over it!
The term “change management” implies a set of skills to manage special situations. The pace and scope of change, however, have accelerated to the point that it has become the norm. Today, change is inherent in all of management. In addition to change, labels such as “innovation” and “disruption” are used to describe what is happening in our lives and organizations.
Phil Gibbs, Ph.D.
Principal, The Disruption Lab
Phil is the founding Principal of The Disruption Lab, an innovation lab for corporations. His experience includes co-founding multiple companies, being a principal in an early-stage investment firm and working in and consulting with large corporations. Recently he co-founded, with members of The Disruption Lab, and serves as CEO of LifeFilez, a company focused on convenient organization and access to life’s most important documents. He co-founded and served as CEO of E|SPACES, an industry-disruptive work and meeting space. The consulting firm Phil founded and led for over a decade, Executive Learning, Inc., was one of the country’s leading change agents focused on continual improvement, particularly in healthcare, and included work with industry leader HCA and the Institute for Healthcare Improvement in Boston. Phil’s experience spans manufacturing, technology and healthcare, and includes leading study missions to Japan, and teaching strategy and organizational behavior at the MBA level. He holds a bachelor’s degree from Lipscomb University, a master’s from Auburn University and doctorate from The Ohio State University.
Brian Weldy, PE, CEM, DGCP
Brian Weldy is the Vice President of FacilitiGroup Infrastructure Solutions at HCA. He oversees facility infrastructure and operations program for more than 16o hospitals, 125 surgery centers and other healthcare facilities totaling more than 90 million square feet of physical plant assets. Expertise includes energy management solutions, facility management operations commissioning, facility infrastructure capital delivery, building commissioning and facility regulatory compliance. Weldy also develops strategy and tactical expertise with technology solutions including Intelligent Buildings using technology to improve facility infrastructure operations and leverage that same technology for healthcare intelligence systems. Weldy has worked in Healthcare Facility Management for more than 30 years with hospitals systems in most of the states in the US and hospitals in the UK. He is a graduate of South Dakota School of Mines and Technology with a degree in Chemical Engineering, a licensed Professional Engineer, Certified Energy Manager and Distributive Power Generation Certified Professional.
PDU(s): 1 (Leadership)
Timings: Thursday, July 28th 2016
5:30-6:00 PM – Registration/Networking
6:00-7:30 PM – Program
E|SPACES Belle Meade (http://www.espaces.com)
4322 Harding Pike #417
Nashville, Tennessee 37205
- PMI Member – $5.00
- Guest & Walk-Ins – $10.00
Registration Deadline: Thursday, July 28th, 2016 at Midnight.
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