IN PERSON -Houston Event: Are Personas the Secret Sauce to Effective Change Management?
Yes, an in-person event! The first Houston one in over two years! We need you there to connect!
This will be a very interactive session and we will be exploring the question: "Can Creating (& Using) Effective Personas Lead to Higher Ownership, Adoption and Proficiency?"
Personas are fictional characters, which you create to represent the different user types that might use your service, product, site, or brand in a similar way. What if creating customer personas allows you to understand your customers to better connect with them and improve engagement?
We will explore the topic: if you lead software development with the customer in mind, shouldn’t that increase engagement, reduce resistance, and enhance success? You may even want to create a persona of the user type that will resist your change.
Benefits of this Event, a chance to:
We look forward to seeing you!
About our Speakers and discussion format:
We welcome Wade back as an ACMP Texas, Houston community speaker!
Wade is a Principal Product Management Consultant at Improving and has been a leader in Houston’s Agile community for over ten years.
Key to Wade’s succes has been delivering product value to his customers and advising businesses on options, risks, and costs within an Agile process.
Be watching this space for the announcement of our 2nd speaker. A change management leader in our Houston community, with skills and experience ensuring successful adoption while implementing critical business software.
MOST Important -
…the audience. We need to hear your experiences as well as your questions!
This event is being hosted by Improving consulting and our Houston Regional Director: Wendy Valot and is open to our Houston-based audience.
As part of hosting -- Improving will be feeding us pizza at 6 PM!
10111 Richmond Ave. # 100, Houston, TX 77042
We look forward to seeing you August 16, 2022 at 6 PM for our pizza and networking time and 6:30 PM for our meeting start time.
PLEASE register in advance, if you plan to attend!
As this is a live meeting*, no Zoom Meeting Link will be available for the Event. The desired Future State includes Hybrid meetings at future events. We need YOUR input on how best to ‘make Hybrid happen’ at ACMP Regional meetings.
There has been much discussion regarding the need to incorporate design thinking into the change management discipline among industry thought leaders. Unfortunately, many practitioners still struggle with where to start and at what stages during a change initiative should design thinking be applied. During this one-hour, interactive webinar, Culture Design’s Jason Burnham will share some simple design principles you can apply to your change and transformation programs. Please join this facilitated discussion to share and learn how to apply design thinking best practices and how to avoid pitfalls that can hinder change success.
Free Virtual Event.
Social interaction begins at 5:45 PM.Introductions & Presentation at 6:00 PM.
Q&A and interactive discussion throughout the session.
This event, first in a series on design thinking for change management is hosted by San Antonio Regional Director, Barry Bridges and is open to global guests. The purpose is to provided value-added content to ACMP Texas Members and introduce the professional association to our guests.
Presenter: Jason Burnham
With over 25 years as a global business strategist and organizational development consultant, Jason Burnham is committed to helping organizations and communities design sustainable solutions to accelerate innovation, build resiliency, and drive continuous improvement. Through his culture design practice, Jason equips his clients with the capabilities to assess, design, and develop thriving cultures to ensure strategy realization, brand activation, and operational excellence.
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