Managing Organizational Change: A BC Practitioner’s Guide

Speaker: Pete Renneker, CSC

Earthquakes! Fire! Security Breaches! Acquisitions! New Service Offerings! What do these events have in common? They all represent major organizational changes requiring change management proficiency. External events force us to change; understanding how people respond is critical to a successful BCP. As BC professionals, we are in the business of managing immediate and often catastrophic changes. Basic project management can deal with the discreet tasks required to make a change, but it does not account for the human experience. This presentation introduces the structure of change, what we experience when forced to change, and strategies for managing the process.

To view this presentation, follow this link: Managing Organizational Change: A BC Practitioner’s Guide

Pete Renneker HeadshotAbout the Speaker: Pete Renneker is the Deputy North American Manager for Business Continuity Services at CSC. In this role he is responsible for managing business development, consulting services and client transition activities. He has built and supported Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery programs worldwide for commercial and non-profit clients in the financial services, manufacturing, health services, and aerospace industry sectors. Pete holds a Bachelor of Science in Computer Information Systems and a Master of Business Administration from the University of Dayton. He volunteers with the Disaster Recovery International Foundation, a variety of educational institutions, and non-profit health and human service organizations.

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