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Midwest Change Conference 2024 - Innovate, Adapt, Succeed: The Next Chapter of Change Management

  • 04/17/2024
  • 8:15 AM - 6:00 PM
  • Convene, 311 West Monroe, Chicago, IL

Registration

  • Please register using the same email your ACMP Midwest membership is affiliated with.
  • Please register using the same email your ACMP Midwest membership is affiliated with.

Register


Full details on the Midwest Change Conference website! 

üParticipate in sessions led by innovators committed to navigating the evolving landscape of change 

üBe equipped with actionable tools to bring back to your organizations and clients

üEarn up to 7 CPUs (3 for pre-conf. workshop; 4 in conference line-up)

üNetwork with change professionals during lunch, breaks and cocktail hour

üBe ready to lead the future of change management!


Agenda

8:15 - 9:00 am

Pre-Conference Workshop Check-In & Breakfast

9:00–12:00 pm

The Time is NOW: Step-Up to LEAD (not merely manage) Change!

Pre-Conference Workshop hosted by:

Barbara Trautlein; Change Catalysts

11:30am Conference Check-in Begins

12:00 pm

Lunch & Networking

1:00 pm

What Changes Next? Insights on Future Change Success

Keynote Speaker:

Tim Creasey, Prosci, Inc.

2:00 pm

Breakout Session #1


Innovate: Taking Off with AI: How Proactive Change Management Can Soar Success to New Heights

Stephanie Douglas, Ph.D. & Dr. James E. Sutton III

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University 

Succeed: The Road to Change Maturity: Building Change Capacity in a Large, Global Organization 

Catherine Mitchell, Jacobs Solutions Inc & Stacy Hollowell, HP, Inc.

3:00 pm

Breakout Session #2


Adapt: When Change Management Adapts Like the Sales Team

Mark Henry, Do Even Better LLC

Succeed: From Insights to Action: Harnessing the Power of Data-driven Decision-making in Change Measurement

Matt Csaki & Brian Knoll, Accenture 

4:00 pm

Panel Discussion

Cameron Cammarata, Northwestern Mutual

Hilary Lee, Centric Consulting

Michelle Yanahan, ChangeFit 360

5:00 pm

Networking Cocktail Hour

For more information visit the Midwest Change Conference website! 

Pre-Conference Workshop led by Barbara Trautlein, PhD 

The Time is NOW: Step-Up to LEAD (not merely manage) Change!

More than ever, those we serve need what we as change professionals bring to the table: a human-centered approach to leading change, that simultaneously fosters successful and sustainable transformation for the benefit of our workplaces and our world. Join us to share YOUR best practices leading through this time of massive disruption, as well as to learn experience-and research-based Change Intelligent® approaches to enhance YOUR influence and impact. 

Keynote Speaker Tim Creasey of Prosci, Inc 

What Changes Next? Insights on Future Change Success

How do you prepare yourself, your leaders, and your organization for the changes on the horizon? A critical first step is knowing what to expect. Prosci's latest research identified the top changes organizations will face in coming years, as well as trends in the change management discipline. In this interactive session, Prosci's Chief Innovation Officer Tim Creasey will lead an engaging session that explores the frontiers of the discipline and equips change agents with a blueprint for what to expect and how to increase their impact.

Taking Off with AI: How Proactive Change Management Can Soar Success to New Heights

Stephanie Douglas, Ph.D. & Dr. James E. Sutton III

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University 


The future of change management lies in artificial intelligence driving proactive change. In the dynamic landscape of organizational evolution, Artificial Intelligence (AI) emerges as a transformative catalyst driving the next chapter of change management. In this presentation, explore how AI-powered predictive analytics goes beyond prediction, actively reshaping the change management narrative. Use this session to gain insights into harnessing AI as a strategic asset for resilient, adaptive, and effective transformations that drive innovation and adaptation for success and the next chapter of change management.

The Road to Change Maturity: Building Change Capacity in a Large, Global Organization 

Catherine Mitchell, Jacobs Solutions Inc & Stacy Hollowell, HP, Inc.

Are we there yet? If you're looking for ways to increase change capacity and resiliency in your organization to support OCM activities, join this lively session where two intrepid change guides share the roadmap they used, along with their encounters with construction, cross traffic, and roadside attractions (a.k.a metrics, resistance, other agendas, and silos), to develop a strong framework of OCM understanding and practice in a global company with 60K+ employees. We’ll share strategies for creating your own resiliency roadmap, along with tips, tricks, and tools to strengthen your practice.

When Change Management Adapts Like the Sales Team

Mark Henry, Do Even Better LLC

Sales is the front line and manages change on a daily basis - shifting customer preferences, adjusting to changing timelines, convincing customers to switch to their product/service, etc. So why can’t we as change managers adapt like that too?  Attendees of this talk will gain an understanding of how embracing certain sales behaviors, philosophies, tools, and tactics can lead to greater adoption and buy-in for Change Management initiatives. We will explore parallels between driving organizational change and complex sales, including the strategies and tactics that are often overlooked by Change Management teams. This highly practical talk will highlight non-salesy sales techniques, strategies for communication, and pitfalls to avoid. 

From Insights to Action: Harnessing the Power of Data-driven Decision-making in Change Measurement

Matt Csaki, Accenture & Brian Knoll, Accenture

Embark on a learning journey that will inspire your approach to change measurement and enable you to maximize the change impact. We'll dive into the importance of a measurement approach including defining success, understanding what to measure, and actions to take. We'll unveil a roadmap to value through analytics, provide a practical change measurement framework and share a success story to inspire you. At the end of the session, attendees will leave with valuable insights that will revolutionize the way they impact stakeholders and their organization as well as ideas to kickstart their company’s data-driven decision-making culture.

Facilitator/Speaker Bios and further details can be found on the Midwest Change Conference website!

Registration & Cost 

There are two types of ticket for this event:

Workshop + Conference (Entire Event) which includes breakfast, Pre-Conference Workshop, networking lunch, Conference sessions, & networking happy hour.

Conference Only which includes Networking lunch, Conference sessions, & networking cocktail hour.


Registration Costs (3/23 - 4/14)

Workshop + Conference – Members

$469

Workshop + Conference – Non-Members

$629

Workshop + Conference - Students/Volunteers $359

Conference Only – Members

$239

Conference Only – Non-Members

$329

Conference Only - Students*/Volunteers

$129







*Students, please email director.operations@acmpmidwest.org with your school and program/major to receive a registration code.

All cancellation and transfer requests must be received in writing to ACMP Midwest. Please send written notice of cancellation by email to MCC@acmpmidwest.org. Event fees are transferable to another participant from the same organization ONE TIME only, for ACMP Midwest Change Conference 2024.

The cancellation fee structure is as follows unless otherwise noted (i.e. non-refundable items):

Cancel on or before Mar 22: $75 cancellation fee; $25 transfer fee

Cancel between Mar 22 and March 31: $125 cancellation fee; $75 transfer fee

Cancel after March 31: Non-refundable cancellation; $100 transfer fee

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