Leading the People Side of Transformation (Brisbane, AU)

5:30pm Wednesday, 18 September 2019
8:30pm Wednesday, 18 September 2019
Level 23, 145 Ann Street
Brisbane, Queensland 4000

This event is an exciting opportunity to practice your change leadership skills in a hands-on interactive workshop. Uniquely, you will play the role of a change leader in a simulated business transformation.

The Change Management Institute and International Institute of Business Analysts (IIBA) are working together to bring this unique learning experience, facilitated by BTS.

Transformation is a surprisingly human event, and getting it right requires new mindsets, skills and behaviours by your people, new approaches to developing them and the right leadership and culture to support them. BTS's point of view on digital transformation specifically, is that because digital technology is universally accessible, technology alone affords no competitive advantage. So gaining advantage from digital transformation depends on how well your new strategy is understood and put into practice by your people on a daily basis. Many organisation's are grappling with the complexities of digital transformation and in particular what it means for the talent management lifecycle.

To help explore and understand the strategic, business and people implications of digital transformation, BTS has created a highly interactive tablet-based learning experience, set in an up-and-coming mobile telecommunications company, exploring:

  • The six key shifts that all companies need to make to succeed in a VUCA business environment
  • The critical success factors for digital transformation, and the top reasons why digital transformation fails
  • The 10 key behaviours needed for successful digital transformation.

Join us for an insightful, enjoyable evening suitable for anyone looking to play a role in business change.

To deliver any change, we at the Change Management Institute know that other disciplines are our strategic co-host. For this event, we are working with the International Institute of Business Analysts (IIBA). The IIBA is the non-profit professional association dedicated to the field of business analysis. Through a global network, IIBA acts as the voice of the business analysis community, supports the recognition of the profession and discipline and works to maintain the global standard for the practices and certification. Their Australian Chapter is an independent non-profit association with a vision is to be the leading professional association for Australia's business analysts and to support and advocate for their members.

The Change Management Institute is proud to join IIBA to present members with this fantastic opportunity to explore transformation leadership through an exciting workshop format.

About our Speaker - John Leard

John Leard is a Director at global consulting firm BTS, frequently working with business leaders to help them change and transform their businesses. He manages a number of BTS’s client relationships in addition to designing learning experiences and facilitating business leadership programs across a broad range of industries, always with a focus on achieving real behavioural change and measurable business results. John has been consulting for the past 12 years and has a background in experiential learning and organisational development. He is an active member of the Change Management Institute in Sydney.


We acknowledge and thank our event sponsors CUA and Robert Walters for their support. 

Robert Walters is one of the world’s leading specialist professional recruitment consultancies with a global presence spanning 31 countries. The Australian business recruits across the fields of accounting & finance, banking, engineering & operations, general management, human resources, information technology, legal, risk management, compliance & audit, sales, marketing & communications, secretarial & business support and supply chain & procurement.

Free for members and $45 for non-members. Members should login to claim the discount. Registration and networking from 5:30pm with the workshop commencing at 6:00pm sharp. Times are AEST.

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