The Australian Change Management course has been specifically developed to explain the unique issues associated with change management in the Australian workplace and will open students to new ideas and concepts when considering ‘change’ with our unique business environment.
As Drucker says, the ‘thinking of yesterday’ will only cause trouble for our strategies and business success, unless we find new ways of approaching change. This course is all about the approach and focusing on success.
The aim of the course is to present the theory of modern global change and is primarily geared towards explaining how the application of ‘change’ impacts a modern day organisation and how to create a change plan that can be easily implemented.
We lightly examine the older change models and explore more advanced concepts regarding true change and the total impact of the organisational model.
The development of a separate Australian identity and national character began in the 19th century and has created a unique and individual national identity.
70% of change programs fail to achieve their goals, largely due to employee resistance and lack of management support.