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Module 4

RESTRUCTURING
AND
CHANGE MANAGEMENT

|CONSULT IN EUROPE - LDV project n. 2006 FR/06/B/P/PP-152533 |
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MODULE N°4
RESTRUCTURING AND CHANGE MANAGEMENT

INTRODUCTION

With rapid changes in economic and technical environment, the firm must be ready to cope withperiod of organisational transitional. Organisational change generates new management issues and managers have to anticipate their strong repercussions since the beginning of change process. The main objective of this module is to give to the future consultant the tools necessary for internal adaptation to restructuring imperatives and managing the change process.
This training course is organised over 5 days of 6 working hours facilitated by a trainer whose professional experience will enrich and develop practical insightsinto theManagement Consulting sector.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

This training programme addresses the needs of experienced employeeswho must know about the main issues linked to organisational change management. In order to deal with all these questions, this module covers the principal theories associated with restructuring and change management processes. Secondly, it aims to transfer these ideas into practical approaches, for the reality…...

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