ACMP Change Management 2017

ACMP Change Management 2017

Event Session

Analytics and Change: How to Help Your Organization Use Data and How to Use Data to Help Your Organization
Tuesday, March 23 | 4:30pm-5:30pm

Big data is here to stay. Today’s leaders want more data and more analysis to inform decisions. Some leaders even make robust investments in their analytics platform and program. Many organizations talk a good game about the use of analytics, but few have mastered the use of data-driven decision-making. Many of these programs falter because organizations fail to treat the use of analytics as a change initiative.

Change management and analytics are two intrinsically linked disciplines. First, the use of robust analytics is a cultural change. This session will share a robust and holistic model for how to drive the usage and adoption of analytics within an organization. Second, change management programs need more analytical tools to support the case for change and communicate successful adoption. This presentation will share three case studies of clients that used robust analytical tools to monitor the adoption of change.


Presented by:
Patrick McCreesh, Senior Associate
Sarah Toigo, Associate

Supporting ACMP

We are proud to be a long-time sponsor and advocate of ACMP. Our leaders helped spearhead the formation of ACMP following the World Café Exercise at the 2009 Prosci Global Change Management Conference and served on the founding Board of Directors. In addition, Senior Associate Patrick McCreesh founded the local Washington, D.C. chapter, where he currently serves as president.

Booz Allen’s support for ACMP stems from our legacy of helping global organizations navigate complex change. From supporting the merger between the National Football League and the American Football League that led to the first Super Bowl, to helping pharmaceutical regulators embrace big data analytics to drive decisions, our practitioners partner with our clients to help drive successful transformation.

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