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The Change Maker's Book Club - Lean Change Management by Jason Little

  • November 19, 2018
  • 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
  • Politics and Prose (in The Alcove), Northwest D.C. 5015 Connecticut Avenue NW Washington, D.C. 20008

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Lean Change Management: Innovative Practices for Managing Organizational Change hosted by Larry Chomicki

Lean Change Management (LCM), written by Jason Little and published in 2014, explores how to bypass change resistance by co-creating change. Larry will explain its approach through his lens as the Director for Change Management at ICMA-RC, where building public sector retirement security is its mission.

LCM does not tell us tell us WHAT to do about change resistance but rather, HOW to customize a change management process that elicits buy-in and compliance. The author uses a case study and stories to explore people-centric and feedback-driven approaches to implement what might seem impossible. He uses the lean approach of doing experiments rapidly and pivoting as he gets valuable input and gains insights. This popular and innovative book will teach you how to work smarter and with greater confidence. Join us!

Find it at your local library, order it today or simply pop in to gain immediate take-aways. Learn, share and network with fellow change makers at Politics and Prose â€“ an independent bookstore in Washington D.C. since 1984.

About Lawrence Chomicki Jr, PMP, CCMP

Larry has more than 20 years of experience developing and executing robust change, process optimization and communication programs that target enterprise, division and business units. He has worked across multiple industries and is the Director of Change Management for ICMA-RC’s Future Focus division. Larry has provided change leadership for corporate-wide transformational projects such as multiple Salesforce deployments, large record-keeping system implementations and business process optimization and implementation efforts. He is adept at corporate-level strategic planning, the launch and management of an operational risk management department and new and complex product launches.

Don't worry if you don't have time to read the whole book! More information about and a synopsis of the book can be found at these links:

Registration for ACMP DC members is $10, for Non-members and friends is $15. 

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