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The Change Maker's Book Club

  • September 18, 2019
  • 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
  • Politics and Prose (in The Alcove), Northwest D.C. 5015 Connecticut Avenue NW Washington, D.C. 20008

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Innovating for People:

Handbook of Human-Centered Design Methods

As change management professionals, we know that people will most easily adopt solutions they themselves are engaged to help design and build. And yet, many change management initiatives are still conceived from the top down by leaders who implicitly think of change management as synonymous with communications and training. This beautifully designed, practical handbook published by the Luma Institute will be our catalyst to explore and share how we as change management professionals can encourage and support human-centered design practices to serve human and organizational needs – and change management success.

Innovating for People is available in both e-book and bound versions at Amazon or the bookseller of your choice.

Don’t Have the Book? No Problem!

  • The facilitator will share a helpful summary of what you will find in the book and how you might incorporate its tools as a change management professional.
  • Check out this under 2-minute video introduction to Luma Institute’s approach to human-centered design.
  • Discussion will welcome feedback from agile change management professionals with experience in applying human-centered design principles.
  • The session will be appropriate both for beginning and experienced change management practitioners.

Your Facilitator: A. J. Schuler, Psy. D. is a psychologist with more than 20 years’ experience in change management, facilitation and leadership development. He is a past President of ACMP-DC and founder of Schuler Solutions, LLC. A. J. brings a great breadth of experience consulting to organizations in public, private and non-profit sectors, with clients that include Campbell’s Soup, Marriott International, The U. S. Department of Justice and The National Institutes of Health. A. J. is a graduate of and past Lecturer at The Wharton School, where he taught a course in negotiation to MBA candidates. A. J is also a Certified Prosci Change Management Professional.

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

Directions/Parking at https://www.politics-prose.com/hours-directions

Association of Change Management Professionals, DC Chapter, PO Box 23806470 L’Enfant Plaza, Ste 23806Washington, DC 20026

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