The Change Management Conference

We often look for either/or solutions in a both/and world, but no one person or work group has all the answers to address all issues in our ultra-connected society.
JUNE 26 - 27, 2014 | WESTIN NEW YORK GRAND CENTRAL | NEW YORK, NY

June 25, 2014

Making Change Stick: Stakeholder Communication and Engagement

Change is hairy. People resist it. Organizations struggle implementing it. And no two changes are alike. 

Fortunately, assembling a strategic communication and engagement plan can provide the backbone of long-term change. 

In this session we will investigate the key elements of a strategic plan, how to manage all the contributors, ways of collecting feedback from your stakeholders and how communications can support and enable new behaviors. In addition, we’ll cover specific, strategic tactics for making those behaviors the new norm. We will take a hands-on approach to building change strategies by convening groups to focus on: 

  • The elements of behavior change;
  • Factors that help simplify behavior change;
  • Identifying key motivators; and
  • Triggering behaviors.

Attendees will walk away with the basics of how to assemble a strategic communications and engagement plan that can provide structure for even the most unruly of projects and empower stakeholders to make permanent behavior change.

Workshop Leaders:

Jim Hanley, Executive Vice President and Co-founder, ROC Group
Emily Kehinde, Consultant, ROC Group
Vic Villanueva, Managing Director, ROC Group

LOCATION

The Westin New York Grand Central
212 East 42nd Street
New York, NY 10017
Tel 212 490 8900
Official Website The Westin New York Grand Central

SPONSORED BY
ROC Group
Prosci
Accenture
Root
KPMG
Strativity
AlignOrg Solutions
MARKETING PARTNER
Association of Change Management Professionals
MEDIA ASSISTANCE PROVIDED BY
Business Process Incubator
JUNE 26 - 27, 2014
WESTIN NEW YORK GRAND CENTRAL

June 26 - 27, 2014

Where Business Leaders and Change Professionals Converge for Breakthrough Thinking

The 2014 Change Management Conference led by business leaders and change professionals including The Conference Board’s Change Management Council, will provide you with the tools you need to:

  • Bridge the Gap between Executives, Managers, and Frontline Employees
  • Build Ownership and Accountability at Every Level
  • Coach for Clarity, Alignment, and Shared Expectations

The Conference Board Change Management Council advances the practice of change management by creating new thought leadership and developing capabilities for extraordinary performance.  They have deep expertise in leading transformational change in large organizations and comprise the pre-eminent group of corporate change leaders.

Join them at the conference and compare your practices to some of the best in the world. 

  • Kinthi D. Sturtevant, Vice President, Strategy and Innovation, Organizational Change Management Centre, IBM Corporation 
  • Han-Ron Siah, Vice President, Global Initiatives, Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc.
  • Ginny A. Cavanagh, Vice President, Change Management, Johnson Controls, Inc.
  • Eric D. Hieger, Senior director, Talent Solutions, Global Talent & Learning,ADP
  • Stacey Threlkeld, Senior Director Organization Capability & Strategy,Nike, Inc.
  • John Zoeckler, Global Change Management Lead, Air Products and Chemicals, Inc.
  • Neil Thomas Wilson, Manager, Change Leadership Consulting, Chevron Corporation
  • Daria Chernovitskaya, Organizational Effectiveness Advisor, The Boeing Company

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Who Should Attend?
Change leaders, practitioners, and any executive responsible for transformation and direction setting enterprise wide and/or at the business unit/ departmental levels.  

 

 

 

Speakers

Scheduled Speakers June 26 - 27, 2014

Join these leading change executives and practitioners to transform the ever-changing workplace:

  • Barb Acosta, Senior Change Management Advisor, USAA
  • Michael Aleman, Change Management Advisor, USAA
  • Lior Arussy, President, Strativity
  • Rani Borkar, Vice President and General Manager of the Platform Development Group, Intel Corporation
  • Donna Brighton, President, ACMP
  • Jan Burnham, President and Co-founder, ROC Group
  • Dr. Mary Wayne Bush, Professor of Management, Doctoral Program in Organizational Development & Change, Colorado Technical University
  • Ginny A. Cavanagh, Vice President, Change Management, Johnson Controls, Inc.
  • Daria Chernovitskaya, Organizational Effectiveness Advisor, Manager – Commercial Airplanes Account Lead, The Boeing Company
  • Tim Creasey, Chief Development Officer, Prosci
  • Erica Desrosiers, Senior Director, Global Talent Management, WalMart Stores, Inc
  • Jim Hanley, Executive Vice President and Co-founder, ROC Group
  • Gary Grabarczyk, Vice President, Corporate Associate Benefits, Robert Bosch LLC
  • Kent A. Greenes, Program Director, TCB Knowledge & Collaboration Council, Program Director, The Conference Board Council on Change Management
  • Emily Kehinde, Consultant, ROC Group
  • Peter Lehmann, Chief Strategy Officer, D&B
  • Gary Magenta, Senior Vice President, Root, Inc.
  • Gay Meyer, Assistant Vice President of Change Management, USAA
  • Jeff Nally, SPHR, Executive Coach, Talent Management and Development, Humana, Inc.
  • Paul O’Keeffe, Senior Principal, Talent & Organization, Accenture Strategy
  • Becky Regan, Executive Director of Human Resources, California Independent System Operator
  • Amanda Schmoldt, Lead Change Management Advisor, USAA
  • Han-Ron Siah, Vice President, Global Initiatives, Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc.
  • Melissa Sturno, Vice President of Marketing, ProCure (former)
  • Kinthi D. Sturtevant, Vice President, Strategy and Innovation, Organizational Change Management Centre, IBM Corporation
  • Stacey Threlkeld, Senior Director Organization Capability & Strategy, Nike, Inc.
  • Suzanne Vigeland, Director, Organization Development, Humana Inc.
  • Vic Villanueva, Managing Director, ROC Group
  • Christian von Bogdandy, Senior Director, Symantec
  • Neil Thomas Wilson, Manager, Change Leadership Consulting, Chevron Corporation
  • John Zoeckler, Global Change Management Lead, Air Products and Chemicals, Inc.
  • Dr. Eric D. Hieger, Sr. Director, Talent Solutions, Global Talent & Learning,ADP
June 25, 2014

Making Change Stick: Stakeholder Communication and Engagement

Change is hairy. People resist it. Organizations struggle implementing it. And no two changes are alike. 

Fortunately, assembling a strategic communication and engagement plan can provide the backbone of long-term change. 

In this session we will investigate the key elements of a strategic plan, how to manage all the contributors, ways of collecting feedback from your stakeholders and how communications can support and enable new behaviors. In addition, we’ll cover specific, strategic tactics for making those behaviors the new norm. We will take a hands-on approach to building change strategies by convening groups to focus on: 

  • The elements of behavior change;
  • Factors that help simplify behavior change;
  • Identifying key motivators; and
  • Triggering behaviors.

Attendees will walk away with the basics of how to assemble a strategic communications and engagement plan that can provide structure for even the most unruly of projects and empower stakeholders to make permanent behavior change.

Workshop Leaders:

Jim Hanley, Executive Vice President and Co-founder, ROC Group
Emily Kehinde, Consultant, ROC Group
Vic Villanueva, Managing Director, ROC Group

Gary Magenta, Chief Change Architect, Root Inc.

Gay Meyer, AVP HR Operations Regional Offices, USAA

Micheal Aleman, Senior Change Management Advisor , USAA

Barbara Acosta, Senior Change Management Advisor , USAA

Amanda Schmoldt, Lead Change Management Advisor , USAA

Tim Creasey, Chief Innovation Officer, Prosci

Janice Burnham, CEO, ROC Group

Gary Grabarczyk, Vice President, Corporate Associate Benefits, Robert Bosch LLC

Emily Kehinde, Senior Consultant, ROC Group

Victor Villanueva, Managing Director , ROC Group

James Hanley, Executive Vice President and Co-founder, ROC Group

Paul O'Keeffe, Senior Principal Talent and Organizational Development, Accenture

Christian von Bogdandy, Senior Director, Organizational Development, Alvarez and Masal

Donna Brighton, President , Brighton Leadership Group

Jeff Nally, Executive Coach Talent Management & Development, Humana

Suzanne Vigeland, Director, Organization Development , Humana

Erica Desrosiers, Senior Director Global Talent Management, Johnson & Johnson

Kinthi Sturtevant, Vice President, Strategy and Innovation, Organizational Change Mgnt. Center, IBM Corporation

Eric Hieger, Head of Organizational Effectiveness, Learning, and Leadership Development, Hawaii Region, Kaiser Permanente Inc.

Stacey Threlkeld, Sr. Director, Global Organization Effectiveness, Nike, Inc.

John Zoeckler, Global Change Management Lead, Air Products and Chemicals, Inc.

Neil Wilson, Senior Change Leadership Consultant Asia/ PAC Region, Chevron Corporation

Kent Greenes, Council Program Director, Consultant President, Greenes Consulting, The Conference Board

Daria Chernovitskaya, Organization and Talent Solutions , The Boeing Company

Han-Ron Siah, Vice President, Global Initiatives , Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc

Virginia Cavanagh, VP Enterprise Learning Development, Tenneco

Rebecca Regan, Executive Director, Human Resources, California Independent System Operator

Mary Wayne Bush, Adjunct Professor of Management , Colorado Technical University

Peter Lehmann, Chief Strategy Officer , Dun & Bradstreet

Rani Borkar, Corporate Vice President, GeneralManager of Product Development Group, Intel Corporation

Lior Arussy, President, Strativity Group, Inc.

Melissa Sturno, Vice President Marketing and Customer Experience, Fresenius Medical Care North America

Joan Carey, Program Director, HR Business Partners Change Management, Port Authority of New York & New Jersey

Claudia Saran, Principal, Advisory People & Change, KPMG

Emily Kehinde, Senior Consultant, ROC Group

Victor Villanueva, Managing Director , ROC Group

James Hanley, Executive Vice President and Co-founder, ROC Group

Sponsored by
ROC Group
Prosci
Accenture
Root
KPMG
Strativity
AlignOrg Solutions
Marketing Partner
Association of Change Management Professionals
Media assistance provided by
Business Process Incubator