Change Management

Change Management

Change initiatives often cost more, take longer and achieve less than originally intended. This programme trains managers to lead change successfully by providing the theoretical background and the practical know-how to transparently plan, implement and evaluate complex change processes.

Leading change successfully

There is a nearly constant pressure to change. Organisations are restructuring, priorities are changing, and new products and services need to be developed. Having a workforce able to adjust to uncertain environments can give your organisation the edge. Effective leadership can help manage such uncertainty and facilitate staff to adapt to change.

This workshop, led by change experts at RSM Executive Education, offers you a hands-on knowledge on how to plan, implement, manage and evaluate complex change processes. It provides practical tools and theoretical foundations, as well as a forum for you to share and learn best practices with fellow participants.

Learning objectives

After this programme, you will be able to:

  • plan and manage change realistically
  • identify, and know how to deal with, diverse stakeholders
  • implement strategies to deal with resistance
  • understand and create change management models
  • apply change management tools to your organisation
  • plan for systematic evaluation of change
  • execute a concrete plan for a change management process in your own organisation.
  • Middle and senior managers who are involved in driving innovation and leading change. Anyone who manages process improvement initiatives that require effective organisation, change and communication to succeed will also find this course useful. It will boost your change management and leadership skills.

  • Prof. Gabriele Jacobs
    is professor of organisational behaviour and culture at RSM, with particular expertise in the management of change in police organisations. She is co-director of the Centre of Excellence in Public Safety Management (CESAM) at RSM, which delivers toplevel multidisciplinary research and publications, and is involved in EU studies in the field of crisis and safety management such as CRISADMIN and UNITY. Gabriele Jacobs obtained her PhD from the University of Münster in 1998, and worked at HEC Paris and the University of Cologne prior to her position at RSM. She publishes her work in international academic publications, and also those targeted at end users, and regularly presents her work to audiences of international experts. She has more than 25 years’ experience of teaching students and executives in the domains of business, health and security.

    Dr Petra Saskia Bayerl
    is associate professor in technology and organisational behaviour, co-director of CESAM, as well as visiting research fellow at CENTRIC (Centre of Excellence in Terrorism, Resilience, Intelligence and Organised Crime Research) in the UK. She is a regular speaker at police and security conferences and workshops, and member of advisory boards of EU projects. She currently acts as country leader of the Horizon 2020 project UNITY, in which CESAM conducts evaluations of tools developed for improved community policing support, and advises on a project about terrorist-related content on the internet. She holds master degrees in psychology, linguistics and organisational dynamics, and completed her PhD at Delft University of Technology. She has extensive experience of teaching students and executives.

    Dr Marja Flory
    is assistant professor in the Department of Organisation & Personnel Management at RSM. She lectures in organisation theories, storytelling, advisory skills and cross-cultural management. She has delivered courses and lectures at HEC Paris, ESADE Barcelona and at the University of Essex, UK. She has provided consultancy services to national and international organisations for team building, organisational culture and change, and has led courses on influencing and leadership skills. She has coached managers for more than 30 years. Her current research interests include storytelling, artful leadership and reflexive methodology.

  • On this page you will find practical information about RSM's four-day Change Management programme.

    Dates

    3 - 4 April and 23 - 24 April 2018 > Apply now

    Fee

    € 4,500 (excl. 21% VAT) including course materials, lunches, and snacks. This fee does not include hotel accommodation.

    10% discount for EUR and RSM alumni.

    Cancellation policy

    Cancellation notices must be received by email: openprogrammes@rsm.nl. The following cancellation fees apply:

    • More than 14 days before the programme’s start date: 25% of the programme fee will be charged
    • Between 14 and 7 days before the programme’s start date:  75% of the programme fee will be charged
    • 7 days or fewer before the programme’s start date: 100% of the programme fee will be charged
    • Cancellations received on or after the programme’s start date: 100% of the programme fee will be charged.

    Replacements

    The participant can be substituted by someone from the same company on the same course without extra costs.

    General terms and conditions

    Please click here to view RSM Executive Education’s general terms and conditions.

    Location

    The programmes take place at Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University, Bayle (J) Building, Burgemeester Oudlaan 50, Rotterdam.

    Hotel accommodation

    If you require hotel accommodation in Rotterdam, we recommend Novotel Rotterdam Brainpark, adjacent to the university.

  • The programme Change Management runs on several dates. Please select the one that suits you most to register: