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Climate change impacts all decision-making and operating functions across organizations and sectors. Strategically planning organizational change and engaging internal and external stakeholders dramatically increases the success of climate change initiatives. This course will teach you the basics of organizational change, how to identify and engage stakeholders, and the fundamentals of systemic approaches to actively managing and leading change in your organization.

Learning Objectives

  • Understanding the fundamentals of organizational and behavioral change strategies and tactics
  • Identifying strategic internal and external stakeholders, understanding their motivations and value, and mobilizing action
  • Gaining a realistic understanding of options, possibilities, organizational structures and processes
  • Establishing a framework for driving systemic change in climate action
  • Fostering a culture of adaptive capacity within an organization

Course Architects

  • Jeff Austin – Senior Vice President, Environmental Affairs, Wells Fargo
  • Tom Bateman – McIntire School of Commerce, University of Virginia
  • Tom Baumann – Director of Knowledge Management and Co-Founder, Greenhouse Gas Management Institute
  • Gina Blus – Business Strategy and Planning Consultant, Climate Ready Solutions
  • Todd Bryan – Senior Program Manager, CDR Associates
  • Sally Covington – Director of Public Affairs, Denver Water
  • Kim Fowler – Chief Research Engineer, Sustainable Design and Operations, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
  • Amy Hargroves – Director, Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability, Sprint
  • Darrin Kayser – Lead Associate, Booz Allen Hamilton
  • Grant Ricketts – CEO, Tripos Software
  • Josh Silverman – Director, Office of Sustainability Support, U.S. Department of Energy
  • Dianne Shoaf – Manager, Corporate Sustainability Initiatives, U.S. Postal Service
  • Ray Toll – Navy NOAA Liaison, Old Dominion University