Do you struggle to differentiate your OCM role from other roles?
Is your value not clearly understood by clients?
Are you challenged to wear many hats as an OCM practitioner?
You have most likely been asked to work on things not related to change management on a project, such as an organizational design initiative or creating online learning. Maybe you were asked by the project manager to help out with some deliverables. And if you are like most OCM professionals, you most likely said “yes”. Because you could. Because you had that experience in your background.
In this session, we will discuss the rapid pace of change that is taking place in many organizations and how OCM professionals are being asked to do more things outside their scope than ever before. And we will discuss how this may actually be hindering your ability to be the expert and provide measurable impact to the organization by falling down the “Scope Slope”.
1. Gain alignment, support, and participation for change management efforts on projects with clients
2. Leverage work plans with deliverables and dependencies to drive results
For the past 30 years, Johanna has worked in a myriad of industries focused on helping people and organizations manifest change. Working with various companies and individuals, Johanna has uncovered what truly motivates someone to change or not change. Understanding where someone is on the change curve and supporting them personal opens the door to successful transformation. Once that is in motion, organizational change just falls in to place.
Johanna has worked and consulted with major organizations and always starts with the PEOPLE side of change and helps individual leaders, functional teams and overall organizations achieve success.
Johanna lives in downtown Chicago, IL with her husband and enjoys yoga, skiing, travelling and entertaining. She has an undergraduate degree from Miami University in Oxford, OH, is a certified coach thru both PDI and Zenger Folkman and maintains several change management, leadership and coaching certifications.
1. Theory behind the EXPERT doing EXPERT work
2. The importance of OCM for OCM
3. An APPROACH to identifying SCOPE SLOPE
4. A SOLUTION with tips and tools