Change Management Planning Tools
Location: Westborough DoubleTree Hotel
Time: 6:00pm - 8:00pm
PDUs: 1 Strategic & Bussiness Management; .5 Leadership
Sponsored by Bridge Technical Talent
Although it isn’t considered a PMBOK® knowledge area, effective change management is a key skill for successful project managers.
This interactive presentation will discuss the importance of change management in project planning and will cover two tools project managers can use to plan change management in their projects.
Participants will have an opportunity to work at their tables to discuss application of the tools to their own projects.
Our Sponsor: Bridge Technical Talent is an information technology consulting company that provides experienced consultants for our clients’ project needs. With a unique combination of technical expertise and industry experience, Bridge provides qualified consultants or project teams to effectively solve critical business issues. Founded in 2002, Bridge has offices in Rhode Island, Connecticut, Massachusetts, and New York City. Bridge is a multi-annual award winner of “Best Places to Work in RI," “Inc.5000 Fastest Growing Companies in America," and “Top Tech Companies to Watch."
Speaker: Jay Spitulnik
Jay Spitulnik is Associate Director of the Health Informatics Graduate Program at Northeastern University. He has been managing projects and teaching project management in the corporate and academic communities for more than 30 years. He has managed projects in a wide variety of industries, most notably nuclear energy, financial services, healthcare, and higher education. Currently, he teaches project management at the graduate level at Northeastern. His teaching is designed for full-time project managers as well as for those whose project management assignments will only be part of their work.
Jay holds Bachelors and Masters degrees from Boston University and is currently writing a dissertation for a PhD in Organizational Psychology from Walden University. He is certified as a Green Belt by the American Society for Quality and as a Certified Performance Technologist by the International Society for Performance Improvement. He currently serves on the Board of Directors of the New England Chapter of the Health Information Management and Systems Society.