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Implementation: Sustaining Change & Results

  • 05 Oct 2022
  • 10:00 AM
  • 06 Oct 2022
  • 5:00 PM
  • Virtual and Live in Downers Grove


  • Members of ISPI and LDA
  • Public open enrollment option without membership.


Implementation: Sustaining Change & Results

Oct 5 & 6;
10:00am to 5:00pm Central;
Live & Virtual

This two-day workshop goes beyond the launch and roll out of an initiative.  It is about how to increase the odds new behaviors, technology, standards, values, and more produce the desired results because they are fully adopted by the organization.  Organizations invest millions of dollars on initiatives intended to improve productivity; unfortunately, after the initial launch there is little evidence of change.  The promise of improvement is not fulfilled.  This workshop is for consultants and trainers who:

  • Design and develop initiatives at the request of senior management only to see them later abandoned by senior management.
  • Support other functions’ creation and launch of major initiatives.
  • Are tired of seeing dollars wasted because the line organization abdicates responsibility for adopting new behaviors, performance standards, technology, and the like.

You will learn to:

  • Set up an oversight committee to manage the politics and bureaucracy of the organization.
  • Measure the rate of adoption of new behaviors and interim results.
  • Communicate progress to stakeholders.
  • Anticipate and be prepared to overcome barriers like the loss of a sponsor.
  • Shift ownership to the line organization.

You will get tools and guidelines that increase the odds an initiative will fulfill its promise.  You will have the opportunity to practice using a case study or you can apply the guidelines to their own project.  The workshop fee includes a copy of the workbook and tools, a copy of the book Performance-Based Management, and a certificate of completion.  The workshop is part of the Performance Consultant's Series and is offered semi-annually for a maximum of 20 people.  Additional offerings may be requested for up to 25 people.  

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