Feb. Event: Strategic Value, Design and Roles of the Change Management Office

  • 19 Feb 2014
  • 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
  • Franklin University, Phillips Hall, Room 220, 303 S. Grant Ave., Columbus, 43215


  • Email Denton at denton@whitneyconcord.com for the super-secret code.

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Creating a Change Management Office (CMO) is an innovative way to structure the enterprise Change Management Team.  Many organizations are transitioning to a CMO model, and trying to answer the questions, “Does one size fit all?  What do I really need for my organization?  How do I get there?”  

This session will provide an overview of the strategic value, design and roles of the CMO.  Through case studies from a large and complex public university and a single unit of a national public utilities company, participants will learn how to structure their own CMO to maximize value.  An overview of methodology, metrics and proven results as well as practical success factors will be provided.  

Anyone contemplating or struggling with the creation of a CMO will benefit from this session.

Meeting Materials:  Members may review the powerpoint and handouts for this event in our "Member-Only" tab.  Guests who attend this event may request these materials by emailing Denton@DentonWhitney.com.

Our Presenter:
Brenda Sprite
founded the Organizational Change Leadership Practice in 2007 and led it through 2010. As a a Senior Consulting Professional for Navigator Management partners, she has been passionate about helping organizations embrace change for over thirty years.  While much of her work has been in the design and execution of change management associated with large and complex enterprise resource planning and other technology implementations, Brenda has also helped clients with strategic human resource, learning, and organization design initiatives. This has led her to understand the value of establishing an independent Change Management Office (CMO) to holistically address change across the organization.

Ms. Sprite holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology (with an emphasis on organizational behavior) and a Masters of Labor and Industrial Relations (MLIR), both from Michigan State University.  She is certified in ITIL and Prosci methodology, and holds her Project Management Professional (PMP), and Agile Certified Practitioner (PMI-ACP) certifications from the Project Management Institute.

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