Workplace transformation tools take center stage at HU workshop

Thinking about change is one thing.

Implementing it is an entirely different, much more challenging proposition.

That is why Harrisburg University’s Agile Lean Center has added a two-day hands-on workshop to its Third Annual Agile Lean Summit set for March 6 at HU.

Led by Jason Little, author of the book “Lean Change Management,” you’ll learn by doing during the Lean Change Management Workshop set to take place from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. March 7-8.

During the workshop, attendees will learn how to introduce Lean, or more effective, practices within their organizations. The event is ideal for managers, change management professionals, agile coaches and anyone who wants to learn how to effectively change and manage their organization.

Agile Lean methods and technology geared for making your organization operate efficiently will be shared the day before the workshop at the day-long Third Annual Agile Lean Summit at Harrisburg University of Science and Technology, 326 Market St. At the workshop, you will learn exactly how to introduce and manage these methods in your workplace.

Jason Little

If you are searching for innovative ways to manage organizational change, then you don’t want to miss the Lean Change Management Post-Summit Workshop. To register for the workshop, follow this Link. To register, or for more on information on the Agile Lean Summit, click Here.

The Agile Lean Center (ALC) provides professional development, certificates, academic offerings, resources, and networks using agile and lean business processes to achieve improved business and project outcomes for state and local governments as well as local and global businesses. These improved business processes are used for Product Development, Software Development, Manufacturing, Business Process Improvement and Value Centered Project/Portfolio Management.

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