Is your organization dealing with the challenges of being a start-up or small business? Launching a growth initiative? Implementing new technology or a cybersecurity solution?

Embarking on any one of these initiatives is a risky proposition, especially if you CANNOT AFFORD TO FAIL! One of the primary reasons initiatives fail is that leaders don’t fully understand the risks their organization faces, including meeting the unique needs of their key stakeholders.

Evans is offering two upcoming events in which leaders will learn about our Change Readiness Assessment, a proven tool for executing successful initiatives. Both events will be led by Jim Wright, Director and Change Management Practice Lead.

Change Readiness Workshop

($100) – December 8, 2016

This 3-hour workshop will:

  • Provide a deeper dive into how to conduct a Change Readiness Assessment
  • Include a case study where participants will apply the concepts they learn to a real-world scenario
  • Allow participants to emerge equipped with practical and immediately applicable change readiness assessment techniques and mitigation strategies for common risks, including stakeholder engagement and communications plans.

To learn more about Evans’ Change Readiness webinar and workshop, please email Jim Wright at jwright@evansincorporated.com.

Workshop Instructors

Jim Wright, Evans IncorporatedJim Wright is the Director of Evans Incorporated’s International Account and leads Evans’ Change Management practice. Jim leads teams assisting international financial institutions, such as the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank Group, as well as donors and US Government Agencies to successfully navigate complex changes in their organizations. He has managed or supported a range of transformative public sector reforms during his consulting career, including such areas as budgeting, activity-based costing, financial management, human capital management, acquisition management, and economic data management solutions for clients in the US and abroad.

Richard Hudson, Evans IncorporatedRichard Hudson, Director, Client Delivery, joined Evans in 2012 and brought with him enough knowledge and experience to run a small country. Quite literally. Richard was part of a team that set up the first ever computer system for the Cayman Islands. The two and a half year project included setting up the country’s budget, immigration and company registration systems and teaching people – some of whom had never seen a computer before – how to use the technology. Being part of that ‘greenfields’ situation kicked off Richard’s interest in system optimization and change management.