Organizations are increasingly caught between competing goals: They must meet compliance and cybersecurity requirements and produce stable technology environments while simultaneously allowing for high-velocity changes. How can these competing goals be managed?
In the webinar, Greg Sanker, author of IT Change Management: A Practitioner’s Guide will shed light on how these goals can be reconciled using accepted frameworks and proven methods, including:
- The changing role of the Change Advisory Board (CAB)
- Enabling change rather than inhibiting change
- Using the “blast radius” model to determine risk
You will learn how training integrates with the actions of the job itself, making learning an ongoing process.
Who Should Attend:
- Service management leaders who need to reconcile the needs to minimize risk and maximize change capability
Greg Sanker, Author and CIO
Greg Sanker is the author of IT Change Management: A Practitioner’s Guide, a frequent blogger, speaker, and presenter, and CIO of the Oregon Department of Administrative Services. Greg has decades of global IT experience with organizations ranging from Fortune 10 tech giants to the public sector. He is one of HDI’s Top 25 Thought Leaders. Find Greg on twitter @gtsanker.
Roy Atkinson, Sr. Writer/Analyst | HDI
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registration is free!