Change Management in Higher Education

Change Management in Higher Education

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You are invited to join us for a discussion about change management in the higher education landscape on Wednesday 26th October at 12.30pm AEDT hosted by Anne Niland, Organisational Change Manager, Campus WiFi Project at University of NSW

About the session: The discussion will explore communicating organisational IT change in the complex higher education structures and change impact assessments. We will look at communication and discuss and share what works well and not so well in higher education. And then define and discuss the importance of impact assessments. The session will run for 1.5hrs. The session is not being recorded. There is no cost to attend this session.

Who is this session for: This session is open to staff of CAUDIT Member organisations who are involved in IT change management within their organisations including (but not limited to) Business Analysts, Project Managers, Change Managers (intentional and accidental), University Planners, and, is intended as an introductory session for participants to meet and begin to scratch the surface on navigating this important topic within the sector. Depending on the outcomes of the session, the intention is to explore appetite for holding further engagement opportunities or potentially forming a Change Management Community of Practice.

Register for the session here

(after you register look for the participation link email from Zoom in your inbox)

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Start Date

26 Oct 2022

End Date

26 Oct 2022


01:30 - 03:00

based on your local time





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