Exploring the Human Side of Change in Project Management
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This month's lecture will explore the human side of change in Project Management.
The process of change is an integral part of project delivery, but few projects incorporate change process requirements into project timelines, budgets and deliverables.This discussion looks at the human side of change and how to integrate aspects of change management into the fabric of your projects.
Consultant at an International Healthcare Architecture Firm
Velma Jackman is a practicing healthcare transition consultant who helps leaders bring their organizations through significant change related to facility construction projects. Currently a consultant with an international healthcare architecture firm, Velma has also held leadership positions in a medical school, hospitals, and in large healthcare systems in Texas. Her education includes a master’s degree in computer education and cognitive systems, certifications in project management (PMP) and healthcare IT (CPHIMS), and process re-engineering as a LEAN Green Belt. She is currently completing her Strategic Leadership doctorate at Regent University with a focus in Healthcare Foresight. Velma’s operational experience and her background in education, technology and leadership along with her consulting skills offer a unique perspective she uses to help healthcare leaders through organizational change.
Grilled chicken breast with a light cream sauce of sun-dried tomatoes and herbs served over penne pasta
Country-style green beans
New York cheesecake
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