Change Management, Culture & The Role of Agility
Amid the accelerating pace of change and competitive shifts, executives have identified agility as the workforce attribute most critical to sustaining business advantage over a 3-year time horizon and even more so in the context of Change Management. Join Scott Young & Jennifer Stoll to find out how you can create an agile culture for sustained competitive advantage.
1. Create a workforce able to weather and adapt to change
2. Create a workforce able to anticipate and lead change
3. Create a competitive advantage through your culture
Scott Young, Managing Director of Culture Solutions
Dr. Scott Young, Managing Director of Culture Solutions at CultureIQ, has 20 years of experience consulting with senior executives and talent management professionals to help some of the world’s leading companies measure and improve their culture and workforce engagement. In addition to his work with clients, he has led the development of CultureIQ’s ClearAdvantage framework, used with CultureIQ’s clients for the strategic design of culture assessments. Scott is also a published author on topics such as employee engagement, organizational climate and culture, trust, and customer service climate, and is a co-author of Employee Engagement: Tools for Analysis, Practice, and Competitive Advantage, published by Wiley-Blackwell. He completed his undergraduate degree in Psychology and Economics at Ripon College, and earned a doctorate in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from Northern Illinois University.
Jennifer Stoll, Managing Consultant of Culture Solutions
Jennifer Stoll is a Principal Strategist at CultureIQ, with over 15 years’ experience in consulting and project execution. Areas of particular focus for Ms. Stoll include workforce culture, employee engagement, survey data analysis, text analytics, and specialized offerings such as Total Rewards Optimization.In her role as Principal Strategist, Ms. Stoll partners closely with her clients and their executive teams to understand their organizations and deliver results, presentations, and action plans to address their key areas of focus. Jennifer has recently co-authored a chapter on employee preferences in the upcoming book,Employee Surveys and Sensing. Ms. Stoll earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from Emory University and an MBA from the University of Chicago’s Booth School of Business.