Change Management — A Tale of Two Projects
When: Wednesday, December 8th, 2021 from 4:00 to 5:00 (US/Eastern)
Change Management — A Tale of Two Projects


Change that occurs during a project can be a good thing or a bad thing. Sarah and Daniel will explain how to navigate change, what are some of the common pitfalls of failure, and how to improve the odds of project success while also being able to sleep through the night.

Sarah Concannon

A core member of RPI’s Strategic Services practice, Sarah manages RPI’s strategic automation engagements, focusing on efforts including supply chain process improvement and automation. She has over a decade’s experience in project management and technical writing, in addition to five years’ intensive focus on healthcare supply chain. Initiatives Sarah has supported include current state analysis, system optimization, and end user training. She specializes in change management in the areas of Inventory Control, Purchasing, Requisition Center and Invoice Matching. She is considered particularly effective when it comes to writing including top notch deliverables, company policies, job aids, and training documents.

Daniel Jenab 

Daniel Jenab is a competitive guy, whether he’s pushing himself in the gym, on the ping-pong table, or keeping a project on time and on budget. He always knew he wanted to talk for a living, but the way his career played out still surprises him. “I never imagined myself working for a software consulting firm,” he says, “but the culture and camaraderie at RPI Consultants opened my eyes to a life-changing career path. It’s not only about the work you do, but the people you do work with. At RPI, I’m incredibly fortunate that the pendulum is overwhelmingly tipped toward a positive balance on both counts.”



Wednesday, December 8th, 2021 from 4:00 to 5:00 (US/Eastern)



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