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A Holistic Approach to Strategic Change


Change is the only constant in today’s work environment, and businesses and individuals must embrace change to stay relevant and competitive. However, a McKinsey study revealed that 70% of change programs fail, primarily due to employee resistance. To ensure successful change, it's imperative to effectively manage both the technical and human aspects of the transformation process.


Change Management is the process of preparing and supporting individuals, teams, and organizations to make significant changes that ultimately enhance business performance. This workshop covers essential concepts and principles integral to change management, presenting a straightforward four-step process. It begins with analyzing the current situation to understand the necessity and impact of change, followed by planning and launching a comprehensive strategy for transition. The next phase involves closely monitoring progress and addressing resistance by considering emotional responses and building a culture of openness. Finally, evaluating the effectiveness of the change, recognizing successful transformations, and fostering a culture of continuous improvement ensures the organization adapts effectively.


This workshop provides valuable insights into frameworks, models, methods, and tools applicable across various industries and change programs, such as digital transformation. By emphasizing organizational adaptability and addressing the human dimension of change, participants will be better equipped to navigate today's dynamic business challenges.

Change Management Training
Change Management Training
Change Management Training

Recommended Audience

This course is designed for any manager, team leader, HR professional, project manager, change agent, or individual contributor involved in organizational transformation initiatives, wishing to gain practical know-how on the principles, process, and tools of Change Management.


  • This experiential workshop emphasizes engagement, interaction, and practice. Participants can expect short presentations introducing content, examples, case studies, group activities for skills practice, and group discussions for reflection to deepen their learning.

  • Participants will work in teams on a project based on the change management process and present their strategies.

Learning Objectives

Upon completion of this workshop, participants will be able to:


  1. Acquire knowledge on the key concepts and principles of change management.

  2. Define the change management process and explore the frameworks, methods, and tools for managing change.

  3. Identify the challenges and best practices of change management.

Change management process framework

Workshop Outline


  • Welcome & Opening: Welcome participants and set the tone for the day's activities.

  • Ice Breaking Activity: Create a relaxed and engaging atmosphere; help participants get to know each other.

  • Introduction to Change Management: Understand the key concepts and principles of change management.

  • Analyze Current Situation: Explore the issues and challenges of managing change in an organization.

  • Change Management Process Overview: Define the four-phase change management process and its importance; explore frameworks, methods, and tools for managing change.


  • Plan & Launch Program: Develop strategies and plans for implementing change within the organization.

  • Monitor Progress: Explore methods for monitoring progress and addressing resistance to change.

  • Evaluate Effectiveness: Discuss ways to evaluate the effectiveness of change initiatives; foster a culture of continuous improvement.

  • Challenges & Best Practices Discussion: Identify common challenges in change management; discuss best practices for overcoming these challenges.

  • Workshop Recap & Closing Remarks: Summarize key learnings from the workshop; provide an opportunity for participants to ask questions and share insights.

Award of Certificate

Certificate of Attendance will be issued to participants who have attended at least 75% of the workshop


1 day

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