On May 14, 2020 UtilityEvents.com hosted the virtual event “Change Management for Utilities: Navigating the New Normal ” now you can have a copy of what attendees experienced along with the presentations.
In this “new normal,” how are utilities moving their Change Management projects forward? Did everything in your portfolio just get completely re-prioritized? How can utilities move their projects forward while almost everyone is working from home? Join NiSource, Sunflower Electric, Puget Sound Energy, and thought leader Theresa Moulton from Change Management Review to learn how they manage change – focusing on their teams, projects, and organization, while moving their change projects forward in this pandemic situation. You’ll participate in discussion, benchmark against leading utility change experts, and learn what you can do to help your organization manage change.
Includes 5 Utility Presentations and Video from live event.
With over fifteen years’ experience in creating conferences, Ashley has a strong reputation for ensuring all event participants gain value from their experience. She focuses on producing a structure for participants to share critical content such that all attendees connect and engage. Ashley is fulfilled by the gratitude expressed by attendees for the rich learning experiences she facilitates on site, and for the network of resources participants take away with and use for years to come. She is a dedicated professional with experience creating and managing events throughout the United States and Europe.
The COVID-19 has proven itself to be the ultimate disruptor. Change may be constant, but nobody saw this coming. How do utility managers, awash in change themselves, help themselves cope and manage their own change, as well as lead their teams through this. What are some basic but highly critical techniques you can do now to take care of the “people side” of your team? Find out here.
Ms. Theresa Moulton
Using Lessons Learned meetings to move projects and departments towards Ability and Reinforcement
During the past several months, Sunflower Electric has gathered department leads, SMEs, and staff to discuss progress after the migration to a cloud-based ERP. The lessons learned meetings prompted several changes to its processes. You’ll learn about them here.
Sunflower is implementing organizational change management corporate-wide with mid-July set for the start of activities. John will talk about the process followed to gain approval and the methods they will use to achieve the implementation objectives.
As NiSource’s Director of Change Management, Sherrice Thomas is responsible for leading the design and execution of innovative stakeholder engagement strategies with a keen focus on success metrics and data analytics. In this session, Sherrice will share NiSource’s Change Management group’s Employee “Shape Work Authority” for the New Normal. You’ll hear best practices practices for involving employees in the design of the “new normal” for your organization.
Using three standard areas of change management (communication, training & reinforcement), this presentation looks at how Puget Sound Energy (PSE) set the organization up for success, responded to the pandemic disruption, and what challenges are anticipated to shift back to an unknown normal. Ranodda will share key actions the organization has taken along with recent employee data on how our employees are holding up and what needs still need addressed.
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