Title of Paper
Changing Attitudes, Change Agents and Change Models: Three Exercises to Teach Change
Name of Conference
OBTC Teaching Conference for Management Educators
Location of Conference
St. Catherines, Ontario, canada
Conference Paper in Published Proceedings
Walker L. Cisler College of Business
In order for businesses, communities, and individuals to be sustainable, they must be able to change. How do we teach our constituencies to change in order to be sustainable? We will address this question in this highly interactive session. Attendees will participate in three exercises used to teach key concepts related to change- attitudes, change agents, and models to implement change. In true OBTC style, these engaging exercises will include unique elements including the use of Mr. Rogers and blindfolds. After debriefing the exercises, the presenters will facilitate a discussion on best practices and challenges in teaching change management.
Shea-Van Fossen, Rita; Nunez, Enrique; and Stark, Gary, "Changing Attitudes, Change Agents and Change Models: Three Exercises to Teach Change" (2012). Conference Papers in Published Proceedings. Paper 59.
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