Project Management vs. Change Management: Competitors or Partners?
As change management practices grow in prominence, a conflict is emerging in the workplace – who should be in charge: a project manager or a change manager? Projects, after all, are the vehicles for introducing change. So who is responsible for making the change happen? Who is accountable for the success—or failure—of the change initiative? Join a panel of experts from both sides of the debate as they discuss this issue.
Rich has been successfully delivering change for over 25 years. He has worked with organizations across all parts of the globe and it a strong advocate for balancing physical and virtual connectivity with clients. His legacy includes developing the change delivery model for UK government and being
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a founding member and first president of the Toronto Chapter of the Association of Change Management Professionals. He has a masters in change management and is a certified Lego® Serious Play® Facilitator & Workshop Designer. He is also certified in Project Management, Process improvement (Lean Six Sigma) , HR, Coaching, Counseling and Psychotherapy.