Managing Change for Digital Transformations
Date: 21 Jun, 22 Jun, 23 Jun 2023 | 9am-5.30pm | Classroom Learning
Duration: 3 Days
A three-day hands-on workshop to prepare technology and business leaders to plan, drive and navigate change for digital transformations. This course provides technology and business leaders with a robust framework to systematically identify areas requiring change management when navigating digital transformations. It is designed for leaders who are responsible for driving a consistent and concerted approach to change across the organisation. Through interactive experiential learning and peer-to-peer sharing, you will be guided to develop insights on how you are managing your organisation’s transformation journey. By applying the framework to your insights, you will be able to develop a tailored and robust change plan to address today’s issues and also prepare your organisation for change on the horizon.
This module is part of Professional Certificate in Digital Leadership.
At the end of the programme, the participants will be able to:
• Assess the impact of change on an organisation
• Assess organisations’ preparedness for changes ahead
• Identify potential people-related risk areas
• Apply proven change design approaches to manage the change journey
• Make cultural changes and other environmental adjustments to drive and embed change
• Develop a tailored transformation change plan
Who Should Attend
Technology and Business Leaders who are interested to learn how to plan, drive and navigate change for digital transformation.
Participants who are currently or about to undergo a digital transformation in their organisation.
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Dr Yong Hsin Ning
Dr Yong Hsin Ning
Dr Yong Hsin Ning is an adventurer.
In her 25 years of career, she has experienced the joy (and woes) of being a tax accountant, a management consultant, adult student, an entrepreneur and an educator.
She is currently the co-founder of Change Voyage Consulting, a consulting firm dedicated to help companies manage organisational change through change capability building. She has recently started a second venture, The Biz Lab, which is a consulting firm focused on preparing early-stage startups to grow and scale sustainably.
Hsin Ning is also an Adjunct faculty at the Lee Kong Chian School of Business in the Singapore Management University (SMU). She teaches a variety of business courses to undergraduate students, entrepreneurs and matured SME business owners seeking their next S curve.
Hsin Ning has been recognised for her passion in teaching through multiple awards including the SMU School of Business Top Adjunct Faculty Award (2018-2021). She has recently been nominated for the SMU-X Excellent Teacher Award (2021).
Hsin Ning graduated from Nanyang Technological University with a Bachelor of Accountancy. She subsequently pursued her interest in the field of Organisational Behaviour at the University of New South Wales, where she obtained a Masters in Commerce specialising in Organisation and Management Studies. She continued her lifelong learning journey by pursuing a Ph.D. in General Management at SMU where she studied the decision-making anomaly of part-time knowledge workers voluntarily working overtime.
Ms Cheryl Tang
Ms Cheryl Tang
Ms Cheryl Tang has over 14 years of change management, organization design and learning and performance management experience. She has managed corporate universities for clients in the region, leading development of curriculum, design and delivery of programmes to support performance. She has also been involved in large Business Transformation projects, involving business process re-engineering and systems related change. She has journeyed with clients to prepare their organizations for change and enable business readiness.
Most recently, Cheryl has led two philanthropic foundations as Foundation Director and currently serves on the Board of various non-profit organizations, helping to drive their social impact through strategic planning.
She has a Masters in Philosophy from the National University of Singapore (NUS) and has taught Philosophy at NUS and Non-Profit Leadership at the Singapore Management University.
Ms Stacey Huang
Ms Stacey Huang
Ms Stacey Huang is the Co-founder and Director of Change Voyage Consulting, a consulting firm which provides tailored solutions in the areas of organisational and individual change. She specializes in organizational psychology and applies her specialization to support organisations undergoing business and digital transformations. She has 11 years of experience managing large scale change and culture programs in industries such as Defence, FMCG, Healthcare, Insurance and Energy. Stacey is also the Executive Director for PARIMA, a not-for-profit association for risk managers across Asia Pacific focusing on risk, crisis and emergency response.
Stacey has a double degree in Bachelor of Psychology and Bachelor of Business Management from the Singapore Management University (SMU). She has attained 3 years consecutive Dean’s list (2005, 2006, 2007) and graduated with Magna Cum Laude. Stacey also has a Msc. Industrial and Organisational Psychology/ Business Psychology from the University College London (UCL), London.
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