When one really thinks about it, change has characteristics that make it engaging, challenging, and worrisome—sometimes welcomed, other times feared. Welcomed or not, change is inevitable. As organisations seek new ways to survive and thrive, change leaders must help employees become ready and able to adapt. So, how do we develop readiness for transformation and change in our organisations?

First, we create a healthy sense of dissatisfaction with the status quo among all employee groups. Next, we develop a broad understanding of the ultimate change vision and goals, with open, flexible plans to empower widespread support and action. All relevant stakeholders—not just top management—must understand the need for change, see where the organisation is heading, and know how they can contribute to achieving the change goals.

We will be covering these principles and more over the two days of this program. Our aim is for learners to return to their workplaces better equipped to facilitate the changes occurring in their organisation.

Starts on

4 & 5 November 2024


2 days


In-person session at SIM campus

Funding available

SkillsFuture funded: Subsidised up to 90%


Certification of Achievement from Singapore Institute of Management (SIM)

Last day to enrol

21 October 2024

Key takeaways

Define what a Smart Factory is and understand the value of sustainable manufacturing.

Diagnose change needs and create a transition structure for broad-based action.

Assess organisational readiness and develop a potent communications and commitment strategy.

Identify and overcome resistance, and assess personalities that are going through change.

Develop a meaningful change vision and set goals.

Organisational change management and sustainability

Who should attend?

This programme is for you if you:

  • Have an interest in or are currently leading and implementing organisational change and transformation.
  • Work in roles such as HR professionals, change agents, team leaders, project management leads, and heads of departments.
  • Are likely to assume managerial positions that involve managing change in the future.
  • Are a technical professional transitioning into roles in organisational development.
  • Are a member of a change management team within the same organization, particularly those in core roles, and attending together is strongly encouraged to maximise program impact and alignment.

Given the strategic orientation of the module, participants should typically have at least 10 years of professional experience.

Programme fee

Full Fees (before GST): $1,300.00

GST payable for all funding-eligible applicants*: $35.10

GST payable for others: $117.00

Applicants / EligibilityFees payable (after GST)
Singapore citizens aged 40 and above

(Individual or company-sponsored1)

Up to 90% SkillsFuture funding

Singapore citizens aged below 40

(Individual or company-sponsored)

Up to 70% SkillsFuture funding

Singapore permanent residents and LTVP+ holders

(Individual or company-sponsored)

Up to 70% SkillsFuture funding

SME-sponsored2 Singapore citizens, permanent residents and LTVP+ holders

Up to 90% SkillsFuture funding


(Individual or company-sponsored)

Full fee payable



  • *As per SSG’s policy, the GST payable is calculated based on 9% of the nett fee payable after baseline funding subsidy of 70%.
  • GST payable subjected to revision.
  • Singaporeans aged 25 years and above may use SkillsFuture Credit balance to offset respective course fees.
  • 1 Under the SkillsFuture Mid-career Enhanced Subsidy. For more information, visit the SkillsFuture website here.
  • 2 Under the Enhanced Training Support for Small & Medium Enterprises (SMEs) Scheme. For more information of the scheme, click here.


Programme built by practitioners for practitioners

This course is designed and created jointly by industry experts and experienced practitioners.

It is industry-approved by thought leaders in ESG and corporate governance to equip professionals with the right skills to take advantage of career opportunities in the green sector, particularly related to real estate businesses.

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