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Change Navigation Module 1

Only R 850.00 (incl VAT)


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Introduction

Welcome to Module 1 of the Change Navigation Programme. The Programme is aimed at providing you with the competence to plan and implement change at group, team and organisational level.

In a world where change is inevitable, we want you to move from “GET IT TO GOT IT”. By this, we mean that you, like so many others, need to be equipped to deal effectively with change and its challenges.

In this Module (Change Fundamentals) we will cover three Chapters.

Chapter 1 will provide an overview of the challenges facing people, the organisations they work in and society in general. The aim is to provide the “WHY” to change navigation.

Chapter 2 will outline the capabilities, the typical role players in change and the competencies these individuals need to ensure successful navigation.

We conclude the Module (Chapter 3) with an overview of the change theories and models’ scholars and practitioners use in their endeavours to navigate change.


Who Should Enroll

  • Newly appointed change managers, practitioners, and specialists
  • Aspiring change managers, practitioners, and specialists
  • Training managers and practitioners
  • Industrial psychologists
  • Anyone with an interest in the field (no prior knowledge required)


Course Design

The e-Learning module is presented by Philip de Kock and Dr. Rina Steynberg. Learning material includes a PDF manual, voice-over PowerPoint presentations, exercises, infographics and multiple-choice assessments.


Course Content

The Change Fundamentals Module consist of the following 3 chapters:

  • Chapter 1: Introduction
    • Why change?
    • Framework for change navigation
    • The change capability framework
  • Chapter 2: Change Competencies
    • Change roles
    • The change competency framework
    • Applications of the competency framework
  • Chapter 3: Change Theories
    • Theories and frameworks
    • What, why and how of change navigation frameworks


Course Highlights

In a world where change is inevitable, we want you to move from “GET IT TO GOT IT”. By this, we mean that you, like so many others, need to be equipped to deal effectively with change and its challenges.

In this Module (Change Fundamentals) we will cover three chapters. Chapter 1 will provide an overview of the challenges facing people, the organisations they work in and society in general. The aim is to provide the “WHY” to change navigation. Chapter 2 will outline the capabilities, the typical role players in change and the competencies these individuals need to ensure successful navigation. We conclude the Module (Chapter 3) with an overview of the change theories and models’ scholars and practitioners use in their endeavours to navigate change.


Learning Outcomes

At the end of this module, you will be able to:

  • Identify key challenges for individuals, organisations and society that makes change a necessity.
  • Describe why competence in navigating change is important.
  • Classify the role players in change in terms of the capabilities that need to be present to navigate change successfully.
  • Identify the core competencies that role players in change should have to navigate change successfully.
  • Categorise change theories and models in terms of their optimal utilization in navigating change.


Assessment

MCQ


Accreditation

Pass the assessment with 80%


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