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ORGB 602 Leading and Executing Change 3.0 Credits

Developing a winning organizational strategy that unlocks growth is essential for business survival. Developing a strategy, however, is only one part of the equation as some studies show that as much as 70% of strategy and change initiatives fail in execution. What explains the change leadership shortfall in most organizations? This course explores why change efforts fail and how to proactively overcome common change leadership challenges. The course will introduce effective change leadership approaches, as well as develop specific skills such as planning, communication, change management, and performance measurement. Participants will develop solutions to developing strategic alignment, translating vision into action plans, making change happen and stick, and applying lessons to real world initiatives.

College/Department: LeBow College of Business
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit

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