Leading Your Team and Organization by Managing Change
Change, or become obsolete. As a leader, you always need to be prepared for organizational change. From planned initiatives to a volatile marketplace, change is not only inevitable, it’s often unexpected. In this graduate certificate program, you will identify the change dynamics around you. Data and evidence will guide your decisions, as you find your fit as a change leader.
- Five courses, 13-Credit Hours:
Diversity & Inclusion in Change Management
- Project-based education.
- Build your own reflective portfolio demonstrating your skills to employers.
- Network with professional peers and mentors.
- 100% online, taught both asynchronous and synchronously.
- Change Management certificate is eligible to apply towards Avila’s MA in Management and MS in Organizational Development (MSOD).
“The staff at Avila was incredibly flexible to create an opportunity for a group of professionals in a very high-demanding atmosphere. “Kari Taube, Senior eLearning Specialist, Cerner
“They truly understood the complexity of this unique group. They created an exceptionally soft blend of content, course work, and scheduled assignments that enabled synchronous, and asynchronous collaboration, depending upon each contributor’s demanding work-life schedule.”
Change management is fairly new when compared to other business disciplines. However, as companies and organizations must continually change from within to remain competitive in today’s global marketplace, the need for change management skills will increase.
Avila’s Change Management Certificate will provide the skills and knowledge organizations need to adapt through innovative management and the creation of new services, including product development, quality management practices, and the application of technology.
Designed to help graduates thrive in an age of innovation and strategy, the Change Management Certificate is intended for managers or aspiring managers. By developing structured approaches to change, graduates will have the educational capital to impact change across all organizational levels.