PMI Emerald Coast Chapter Webinar "READY, Set, Change! Simplify and Accelerate Organizational Change"


June 24, 2020
12:00 PM CDT - 1:00 PM CDT
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READY, Set, Change!

Accelerate and Simplify Organizational Change Management

Organizational Change Management is defined as moving an organization and its stakeholders from the current state to a future state. The extent to which employees are ready, willing and able to adopt change is a key indicator of project success.

READY, Set, Change! provides a framework which compliments traditional organizational change initiatives with an intense focus on advanced preparation and integrated support. Discover a simpler and faster approach to help individuals and organizations adopt change, to ensure business objectives are met.


  • Recognize how integrating project management with organizational change management creates better outcomes for technological change.
  • Describe the benefit and develop the change narrative and context.
  • Identify stakeholder groups and use targeted support for successful change.
  • Use the READY, Set, Change! five-point model to increase change adoption and initiative success. 

April Callis Birchmeier is an internationally known organizational change management expert who has implemented change for government, health care, higher education and corporate clients. She’s the author of the #1 Amazon bestseller READY, Set, Change! Simplify and Accelerate Organizational Change. As the leader of Springboard Consulting and one of the first Certified Change Management Professionals (CCMP™), April has worked to create pain-free and lasting change in dozens of organizations.  A Change Ignitor for the Association of Change Management Professionals, she’s also a Certified Speaking Professional, Project Management Professional and President of the ACMP Michigan Chapter. April believes that no one should have to suffer through an unorganized, poorly managed change and the resulting negativity. She’s frequently quoted by the Associated Press, The New York Times and other international media outlets. 


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