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First Allegra Change Management Essentials Class a huge success!

Posted 13 April 2016
by Allegra Consulting

Participants in Allegra Consulting’s first Change Management Essentials Class held on April 6 have declared it a highly valuable learning experience – enhancing both theoretical and practical change management understanding.

Philip Woods said “Fantastic introductions to change management, practices and principals.”

“A good overview course and great opportunity to meet change professionals. Lena brings a great energy and demystification to change management,”said Rochelle Bright.

Presented by respected and experienced Change Management thought leader Lena Ross of #changehacks, the half day Essentials Class quickly sold out and provided abbreviated insights of two future class topics:

1. From Theory to Practice

Bridging that gap between knowing and doing, we will explore how change management theory translates and aligns to a real organisational change, including the key activities, artefacts and outcomes by phase.


2. Impact Assessment Immersion

Completing a change impact assessment is a core capability of a change practitioner yet there is rarely any training or guidance provided on how to do this. In this interactive session, we will cover a proven approach, with a case study so participants will prepare a high level business impact assessment and understand the analysis required to derive the information for detailed impact assessments.

The intimate and highly interactive class environment of 20 participants allowed attendees to delve into both the theory and practice of change management essentials.

Allegra Consulting will be conducting a calendar of change management sessions and masterclasses throughout 2016 to meet the needs of change management professionals and allied practitioners at all levels of maturity and experience.

Allegra Consulting acknowledges and pays respect to the past, present and future Traditional Custodians and Elders of this nation and the continuation of cultural, spiritual and educational practices of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.