Impact Assessment Workshop: Assess, Action, Advance (Dublin, Ireland)

6:30pm Thursday, 16 May 2019
8:00pm Thursday, 16 May 2019
2 Dublin Landings, North Wall Quay
Dublin, Dublin D D1

Change projects impact people, processes and systems by design. If they don’t then something has gone very wrong. However, often that impact is identified within the project team without a proper analysis or involvement of the business.  Projects are also, typically, blinkered to the less positive impacts, unintended consequences and potential failure to deliver the planned benefits.

Conducting a detailed impact assessment with the business achieves a clear view of the actual rather than presumed impacts on the business, teams and functions, drives engagement as well as enabling proper business continuity planning to ensure the business operates as normal throughout the change.

This workshop will look at how best to conduct an impact assessment, what inputs are needed and what output format is most effective. 


Keelin Moore
An established change management/business improvement and L&D professional with a clear focus on results. Self-motivated and adaptable with excellent project management, strategic thinking and problem solving skills with a proven ability to drive organisational performance to align with strategic objectives.

A strong leader with extensive experience in change management/business improvement, L&D and general HR. A proven track record in change programmes, people/management development and programme facilitation. Excellent analysis, execution and senior stakeholder management skills resulting in sustainable change.

John O’Flaherty
A change management professional with extensive experience across the Learning and Development spectrum. John is a qualified psychologist and a member of the British Psychological Society. Working for a global multinational technology organization, he has  supported change efforts across a number of different functional areas including Business Process, Quality, and Learning & Development. Peers and colleagues describe him as a critical thinker, authentic communicator and a catalyst for change. And he is fun to work with.


18.00 - Arrival
18:30 - Intro (10-15 mins)
18:45 - Workshop
19:45 - Closing address


Convention Centre
Accessible via Public Transport:
LUAS – nearest stop Spencer Dock (Red line)


We acknowledge and thank our event sponsor WeWork for their support. WeWork - from desks to offices and entire headquarters, we create environments for productivity, innovation, and connection.

This is a free event for members and non-members. Registration from 6pm with the event commencing at 6.30pm.

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