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Thursday 17 May - 11:00 am New York, 4:00 pm London, 5:00 pm Paris, 8:30 pm Mumbai, 11 pm Perth
Organizations are continuously challenged to change and adapt to a business environment that is constantly evolving.
But the prescriptions offered by conventional change management theory are more outdated than ever. This webinar challenges core assumptions of conventional change management theory, including the following:
- Successful change initiatives start at the top.
- There is no such thing as too much communication.
- Employees are resistant to change.
- Rewards and punishment help overcome this resistance.
Carsten will then discuss some big ideas by bold thinkers that help us envision change management in new ways. Organizations can apply the following concepts to create change-friendly environments:
- The concept of human agency
- Human-centered design
- Co-creative organizational change
- Using gentle nudges to change organizations
- A leadership model for inclusive and continuous change
- Social networks and the diffusion of change
- Framing the change we want to see in the world
Our Expert: Carsten Tams
Carsten is founder of EMAGENCE, a boutique consulting firm based in New York City with the mission to enhance organizations’ reputation and success by building strong ethical and people-centered organizational cultures that empower its members to be effective agents of integrity. Carsten is interested in partnering with leaders who believe that organizations thrive when human agency and self-governance can flourish. Carsten’s thought leadership has been widely recognized. His organizational design work was awarded multiple industry awards, including Gold and Silver by the Brandon Hall Group Excel-lence in Learning Awards. Recognized as an exceptional institutional intrapreneur, Carsten was selected by The Aspen Institute as a First Movers Fellow in 2016.
As a recognized expert on governance, ethics and culture, he frequently speaks at international forums and corporate events. He has been invited to launch the “Get Ready For Change” blog on Forbes.com, which features innovation in the areas of organizational design, change management and leadership. He is also a contributor to The FCPA Blog. He is a member of Ethical Systems’ advisory board. Carsten received the prestigious McCloy Scholarship at Harvard University, where he earned a Master in Public Admin-istration from the Kennedy School of Gov-ernment. He also holds graduate degrees in Political Science from Science Po Paris and the Freie Universität Berlin. Before launching EMAGENCE, Carsten spent 16 years with Bertelsmann, a global media company. In various senior leader-ship roles, he led large-scale international transformation projects in the areas of culture transformation and organizational development. Most recently serving as the company’s global head of Ethics & Compliance, he built the company’s E&C program from the ground up.