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Why Change Management Needs to Change

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Why Change Management Needs to Change
70% of change initiatives fail. This alarming statement was central to John Kotter’s seminal work, “Leading Change” published in 1996. Twenty years later, after millions of business managers and MBA students have become familiar with Kotter’s famous 8 step process for leading change, little progress has been made. Recent studies by Mc Kinsey & Co, the Harvard Business Review, and John Kotter himself consistently show that 70% of change initiatives still fail. It is now time to acknowledge that change management does not have a problem, rather it is a problem, IT IS TIME TO CHANGE.

When:
Thursday October 12th, 2017 from 17:30 – 19:00

Where:
DTU Business
Building 421 Entrance C
Kollegiebakken
2800 Lyngby (Directions)

Program:
17:30 – 18:30
Lecture: Why Change Management Needs to Change by Professor Stephan Schubert

18:30 – 19:00
Networking & Refreshments

Please note that places for this free lecture are limited and will be allocated on a first serve basis. Registration is required. 

More About Stephan Schubert
Stephan SchubertStephan is an adjunct Professor of Strategy at INSEAD, faculty member at Ashridge Business School and Visiting Professor at DTU Business. He has a deep interest in strategic issues, ranging from decision-making processes to business modeling, strategic leadership and organisational transformation. He pays particular attention to the role of mental frameworks, biases and hidden agendas in strategy development.

Stephan has worked on client assignments in over 25 countries, from Chile to China, and has gained extensive experience in a wide range of industries.

Time

Thu 12 Oct 17
17:30 - 19:00

Contact

Where

DTU Business
Building 421 Entrance C
Kollegiebakken
2800 Kgs. Lyngby (Directions)



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