CRL 1-hr: Nov 7 Introduction to Uptime Elements Reliability Framework and Asset Management System

Change management is frequently described by catchy phrases like “the soft stuff is the hard stuff,” but human resistance to change is a powerful force that can surface during a low impact or high impact change.

“Change management is important for individuals at all levels of an organization,” explains Bill Wilder, Director of the Life Cycle Institute. “This course will help participants move change management from an abstract notion to a real-world practice. They will gain the understanding necessary to influence people and change behavior.”

After completing this two-hour learning experience, participants will be able to define the critical elements of change management, common change management risks and how to mitigate those risks, the critical roles in a well managed change, and how to effectively determine the size and scope of a planned change. Click here to review the course’s learning objectives.

The course is scheduled to take place November 19, 2009. Class size is limited in order to maximize the value to each participant. To register, visit www.LCE.com or call 800-556-9589.

About the Life Cycle Institute

The Life Cycle Institute, the premier learning source for changing behavior to produce results, uses adult learning methods that minimize lecture and emphasize hands-on learning. Classes are led by facilitators that actively practice what they teach. The methodologies taught within the various course curricula are practical applications with proven track records - proven through actual activities carried out regularly by LCE professionals.

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