APTPUO - Winter 2025 - ADX6230
University of Ottawa
Session:2025 Trimestre d'hiver | Winter Term
Faculty:École de gestion Telfer / Telfer School of Management
Unit:Telfer School of Management_PT
Course Title:Change Management
Course Description:The purpose of this course is to develop skills in the effective conceptualization, planning, implementation and evaluation of change interventions in human systems. Behavioural science frameworks are introduced to explain and guide the practice of change in the organization. The systemic nature of change and intervention practice, including the generation and management of resistance to change, will be analyzed. Organizational change processes at the individual, team and organizational level and human system intervention efforts are considered. The importance of context is emphasized with cases of cross-cultural change, knowledge-based organizations, socio-technical change processes and system vs. cultural change analyses.
Posting limited to:Professeur à temps-partiel régulier / Regular Part-Time Professor
Date Posted:February 09, 2024
Closing Date:March 11, 2024
Note: Applications will be accepted until 11:59 PM on the day prior to the Posting End Date above
Approval date:February 09, 2024
Number of credits:1.5
Posting type:Régulier / Regular
Language of instruction:Anglais | English
Competence in second language:Passive
Course Schedule:À déterminer | TBD - - - March 1, 7, 15, 21, 29, April 4
Must have an MBA or Master's degree (Ph.D. preferred) in an area directly related to change management. Must have significant applied experience and excellent communication skills and a demonstrated ability to successfully lead classes taken by top executives. PC-based teaching experience is an asset.
Please note that the teaching method will be bimodal.
Teaching method might incur changes due to health measures or other reasons.
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