Change is certain. Buy-in isn’t.
Creating buy-in is difficult work. Organizations that are good at change are able to quickly align people around new ways of doing things in response to opportunities or threats. Those that master it build resilience and an enduring competitive advantage.
ExperienceChangeTM simulates the challenges of real world change, without the real world scars. From analysis through to planning and implementation, the experience delivers the essentials of a year-long change journey in a one-day workshop.
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The ExperienceChange™ simulation is an accelerated project experience for leaders and managers. Over the course of a one-day workshop, participants experience a “year in the life” of a change team.
The simulation focuses on, a company fraught with realistic change challenges. Through careful application of change management best practices, learners build stakeholder buy-in and lead the company to success. The simulation provides learning-by-doing, where knowledge retention is optimized and change concepts become immediately relevant for real-world projects.
ExperienceChange will enable:
At the conclusion of an ExperienceChange™ workshop, participants will be able to confidently answer ‘yes’ to the following statements:
Additional learning around team engagement and dynamics are surfaced via on-going dialogue throughout the simulation experience.
|Introduction & Context setting|
|Interview debrief / Case analysis|
|Change theory overview|
Build comprehensive plan
Implement change plan
|Application & Debrief|
Tom Merrill is the Director of the School of Arts and Innovation at Xavier University. He is an Innovation Engineering Black Belt, a graduate of the Stanford School Design Thinking Boot Camp, and is soon to become a Master Facilitator for IDEO and ExperiencePoint’s Design Thinker simulation. Tom teaches a course in design thinking to Xavier students who are engaged in the innovation minor at Xavier, as well as helping departments, programs and people at Xavier and throughout the greater Cincinnati community solve human-centered problems and challenges through design thinking.Show More