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Convergence is theAsia–Pacific’s only dedicated change management conference.
Over two days, we’ll explore designing and delivering effective change, giving you necessary insights, tools and networks to succeed.
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Convergence topics include: leading change, project management, new change methodology, complexity, resilience, motivation, collaboration, digital change tools, agile, prosci, change hacks, innovation implementation, neuroscience, leadership research, executive sponsorship, future of change, courage, risk management, stakeholder engagement, culture, business benefits realisation, business analysis, digital disruption, storytelling, change education.
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Convergence is theAsia–Pacific’s only dedicated change management conference. Over two days, we’ll explore designing and delivering effective change, giving you necessary insights, tools and networks to succeed. The event features: more than 35 speakers; 27 hours of […]
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