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Change Management Workshop

2018 KaiNexus User Conference

 Change Management

A Pre-Conference Workshop with Mark Graban

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Details at a Glance:

Join Mark Graban in this Change Management Workshop to learn how to more effectively lead major change initiatives using an innovative learning simulation from ExperiencePoint.

  • When: August 28 from 9-5 CT
  • Where: The Westin Austin Downtown
  • Cost: $399

Innovative Learning Simulation

One way to reflect, learn, and move forward is ExperienceChange, an innovative learning simulation from ExperiencePoint, facilitated by Mark Graban. 

The workshop uses a case study and an interactive computer simulation that allows you to learn and practice change management in an engaging way. You will learn a specific and actionable change management methodology that you can apply in your own organization.

Mark routinely runs similar workshops priced at $800, so this is an awesome deal for KaiNexus customers.

Space is limited. Register today to save your seat. 

 What to Expect

Becoming a Better Change Management Leader

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This is a very active, hands-on, participatory workshop. More than half of the time is spent working in small groups discussing a case study and collaborating on the computer simulation.

  • Introductions & discussion of change management
  • Analyze the case study & stake holder analysis (work in small simulation teams)
  • Case & theory discussion
  • Plan tactics for the simulation(small teams)
  • Implement tactics in the interactive simulation (small teams)
  • Debrief discussion about the simulation, change management, and your organization

About Mark Graban:

Mark-150x150-1.pngMark graduated from Northwestern University in 1995 with a BS in Industrial Engineering and later earned an MS in Mechanical Engineering and an MBA from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).

He is author of two Shingo Research Award-winning books, and has worked as a consultant to healthcare organizations throughout North America and Europe, teaching and implementing kaizen and other Lean management practices.

He was previously a Senior Fellow with the Lean Enterprise Institute and the Healthcare Value Network and continues as an LEI faculty member. Mark is also the founder of the popular LeanBlog.org and its podcast series.