It’s generally agreed that organizational change is a constant in most organizations and the need for training on the topic is constantly undergoing scrutiny on its impact or effectiveness. Why? Needs differ. Perspectives change. Stakeholders change. Change needs change.
TD professional and organizational managers need a simple, practical approach to designing change management training fit for their environment, whether for the first offering or for subsequent renewal. This 5-step DCMT process helps ensure a meaningful, effective design.
1. Acknowledge the common assumptions
2. Explore the 5-step DCMT process
3. Identify 1-2 applications for your own organization
ATD Capability Model: Organizational-Change Management, OD & Culture; Professional-Instructional Design; Personal-Communication.
Pre-event survey: Change Management Training - Experience Survey - 1-20-2022 SC ATD Learning Event
Our presenter asks that members and guests please complete the pre-event survey by 3/5/2022, even if unable to attend. Thank you!
Presenter: Ron Tredway
Ron Tredway, a member of SC ATD Upstate, has served in several talent development roles for 30+ years, including his most recent role as Executive Director of Employee and Organizational Development at the University of Tennessee System (retired). He has contributed to the professional practice of talent development as a volunteer speaker at national conferences and local chapter events for ATD, CUPA-HR, SHRM, and ODN, and as an adjunct faculty member for multiple universities on topics of change management, succession planning, human resources and leadership development. Ron earned a doctorate in training and development from NC State University in 2004 with the dissertation topic: A Merger Case Study of Learning and Change (abbreviated) and holds the Certified Professional in Talent Development (CPTD) designation from ATD (2013). Dr. Tredway’s experience in higher education, banking, organizational consulting, aviation, telecommunications, and military organizations has included leading multiple change initiatives in different environments.