Change is accelerating and there is no end in sight. Organizations that view change as a discrete project with a start and stop and utilize traditional change management tools struggle to keep up with change. A broader view of change is needed to build organizational agility and capability. This one-hour webinar explored the three dimensions of change agility and capability needed to successfully thrive in today’s constantly changing and evolving business environment.

Watch the Beyond Change Management to Change Agility webinar here.

Our Alumni Webinar series provides accessible, ongoing continuing education and professional development opportunities for Wisconsin Business Alumni and features content provided by the Center for Professional & Executive Development (CPED).


Jeff Chan

Jeff Chan M.A.

Adjunct Faculty
Center for Professional & Executive Development, Wisconsin School of Business

Jeff specializes in working with companies to improve organizational performance and productivity through expertise in change management and business transformation. He has held general management and senior human resource positions with BP/Amoco, Hewitt, Sears, Spiegel, and for the past 10 years has been the President of Chan Management Consulting. Jeff is on the Board of Directors with the Association of Change Management Professionals and works to improve the field of change management through education, professional certification and advancement of the Change Management Association. Jeff has a B.A. from Michigan State University in Education and a M.A. from Michigan State University in Labor and Industrial Relations.

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