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The American Society of Mechanical Engineers

Changing Organizational Culture

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Overview / Abstract:

This self-study course is designed to be taken at your convenience and on your own schedule. You have 90 days to finish the course once you begin.

This course explains how to deal with change in your organization. Implementing change can be a daunting process for employees, and can cause discomfort and uncertainty throughout an organization. This course offers management techniques that incorporate both engineering and psychological approaches to change the way an organization functions. You will learn how to employ strategies that help to minimize uncertainty and implement changes effectively and strategically. Changing the way an organization functions can be a tenuous process; therefore it is crucial to implement initiatives in a way that minimizes turnover of talented employees and maximizes employee productivity.

You Will Learn To:
- Explain "change"
- Identify the motivation behind an upcoming change
- Create a vision for the future culture
- Determine how a change will impact processes and people
- Identify employee development needs
- Write a plan for mobilizing an organization

Please click HERE to view the course outline.

Who Should Attend
This course is designed for managers, at all levels, who are responsible for implementing new initiatives for their teams or their organizations, as a whole.


Jan 12, 2020


Civil Engineering , Electrical Engineering , Mechanical Engineering





Credits / Hours

1.50 PDHs

Keywords / Search Terms

The American Society of Mechanical Engineers

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