Leading sustainable organizational change is an essential part of any business if they are to remain competitive. According to John Kotter, there are eight fundamental steps that must be followed to ensure that the desired changes stick and the organization does not snap back to the old processes and culture .
Kotter, Konosuke Matsushita Professor of Leadership, Emeritus at the Harvard Business School and a graduate of MIT and Harvard, defines these in his book Leading Change, first published in 1996. His research has proven out his conclusions and once you have been through the presentation, you will see that his approach rings true and that you can personally relate your own experiences to these eight steps.
Eric Jensen has been using these eight steps successfully since 1998 and will walk you through this visionary but practical approach to executing sustainable organizational change. This includes identifying where and how even top performers derail during the change process.
Since 1941, Stadco has built an international reputation for applying leading-edge technology and world-class expertise to the design, engineering, fabricating and machining of complex, high-precision, close-tolerance parts, assemblies and tooling. The company's clients come from the domestic and international aerospace, defense, high-tech research and commercial sectors. Stadco is privately held and is located in 200,000 square feet of temperature-and-environmentally-controlled facilities in Los Angeles.