Course Change Management

Current facets (Pre-Master)

Course dates

April, October

Fee

€ 4,500

Train to lead change successfully with the theoretical background and the practical know-how to transparently plan, implement and evaluate complex change processes.

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 organization.

Who should attend?

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.

Contact

Open Programmes

Do you want to know which programme will benefit you most? Get in contact with our RSM programme advisor for more detailed information about this programme.

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In-company Programmes

All of our RSM open programmes can also be offered ‘in-company’ to a group of participants solely from your organisation. This allows you to concentrate fully on your organisation’s own issues and situation, and we can schedule the programme at the time and location you prefer. We can also tailor the content to fit your organisation’s needs. Please feel free to contact us for a no-obligation proposal and to explore the possibilities.

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Course dates

April, October

Fee

€ 4,500

Duration
4 days
Offered by
Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University
Discipline
Business administration
Instruction language
English
External link
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Registration

This is a programme of the Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University. For more information about the programme, visit our website: RSM.NL/CM