Change Management Videos & Courses
While understanding the need for organizational change is critical, it is also vital that we recognize how we respond to change as individuals so that we can manage ourselves – and show others how to benefit from its positive effects. Working Through Organizational Change is a one-day program designed to help individuals polish their skills at coping with and handling a variety of organizational changes.
Virtual reality is here — what does that mean for your business? Early adopters such as Merrill Lynch, Toyota, LinkedIn and Konica Minolta are already seeing dramatic results in learning simulations, training, and marketing effectiveness.
In a business environment of fast-moving markets, global supply chains, and dynamic technologies, executing strategy is becoming increasingly difficult. (DVD or Video Streaming)
Bud to Boss e-Learning Toolkit® of 20 e-learning courses has been designed specifically to address the needs of anyone who is new to supervising and managing others. Bud to Boss provides the foundation needed to take on this new position and move forward in your career.
Ready. Set. CHANGE! helps employees positively and productively navigate any change—big or small. Through learning tools such as right-way behavior modeling and a Change Response Assessment, this program equips employees with skills to react smarter, adapt faster and engage together more productively when change comes around again. Learn more about strategies for a change-responsive workforce..
How do you take an idea and turn it into a 100-million dollar enterprise—seemingly overnight? Based on five years of academic research, Amy Wilkinson has isolated six entrepreneurial skills that can carry an idea from start-up to scale in the midst of this rapidly changing economy. Free Online Preview
Cynthia Montgomery Professor at the Harvard Business School makes the case for bringing people back into the equation. Though you start with ideas, you need leaders to construct a company that brings these ideas to fruition. Leadership is required to define your purpose and form a management model that carries it out.
While big companies have many advantages—lower production costs, greater bargaining power, access to financial markets—a clear disadvantage is the separation between management and ownership. Small businesses, on the other hand, often have the distinct advantage of operating with an ownership mentality that allows them to move more quickly with a more motivated workforce. (DVD or Video Streaming)
(Available for Video Streaming) Most companies today face a fundamental problem: the disconnect between what they aspire to do and what they can actually accomplish. CEO’s are worried about their differentiation in a world that is increasingly hard to compete in. But are they creating strategies without fully understanding what the organization is capable of delivering?
Much like the standup comedian who tests and refines jokes in small clubs before rolling them out to a television audience, most successful entrepreneurs don’t begin with brilliant ideas: they discover them through a deliberate process of creative trial and error. From his research on innovative leaders, from Apple, 3M, Toyota, and Starbucks, to the U.S. Army’s counterinsurgency strategists, to artists and even standup comics, Peter Sims found they shared a surprisingly similar approach. (DVD or Video Streaming)
When Brad Smith took over as CEO, Intuit founder Scott Cook advised him to “Question everything.” Using this as his mantra, Smith set out to create innovative business structures that built on Intuit's strengths and retained market dominance (DVD or Video Streaming)
Get ready to unleash your greatness in this powerful seminar featuring award winning speaker, Desi Williamson. Through captivating stories and useful examples, Desi illustrates the action oriented mindset required to overcome obstacles and achieve any goal you set. You’ll learn how to reignite your purpose, stay focused on the big picture, develop true “will power”, become a master of change, raise your performance level, challenge your fears, and much more.
America's primary labor supply for the next decade -- mostly in their teens and twenties -- represents the smallest population group in U.S. history and the thinnest pool of entry level workers in modern times. There simply are not enough of them to go around, particularly in the service industries. And every time a business loses an employee, the high cost of attracting, hiring and training a replacement cuts into the profit margin.