The utility industry has faced – and continues to face – significant changes in a range of categories. To help utility professionals prepare, address, and effectively manage change, conference firm, Conferences Connect, has announced a Change Management for Utilities conference to be held in September 21-22, 2015 in San Francisco, CA.
August 17, 2015
Utility professionals have recently found themselves in an industry experiences dramatic changes. Change initiatives such as new software systems, corporate reorganizations and quality improvement projects, have a 60-70% project failure rate. To help utility professionals overcome that, Conferences Connect recently announced that on September 21-22, 2015 it will host the “Change Management for Utilities Conference” in San Francisco, CA. Topics include: Employee Engagement, Cultural Change, Integration and Project Delivery, all valuable concerns for utility companies and their management teams.
“We know our 'Change Management for Utilities' conference will deliver huge value to attendees,” commented a spokesperson from Conferences Connect. “Out of $1 Billion invested in change initiatives, an average of $109 Million is wasted to change management failure. By learning how other utility organizations are managing change successfully, attendees gain proven ideas on methods they can use themselves.”
According to Conferences Connect, the two-day event will allow professionals to immerse themselves in the topic, which creates a cohesive and interactive learning experience. Success stories and insights will be delivered by top change management professionals from Host Utility Pacific Gas & Electric, San Diego Gas & Electric, Seventy Seven Energy, Kansas City Power & Light, and significant figures in the utility industry.
Feedback for Conferences Connect’s utility events has always been remarkably positive, and this conference is sure to follow the same path.
Industry leader, Seth Kiner, recently said in a five star review, “Over the past decade, I have had the opportunity to work with Ashley and her talented team at Conferences Connect. I have been both a speaker and a participant in the events Conferences Connect puts on. They are professional, thought provoking and most importantly actionable. I often had members of my team attend their conferences, knowing full well that they would come back with solutions to our current issues, they we could implement. That’s priceless!”
For more information, visit http://utilityevents.com.