Impact Of Changes Proposed By Data
This event is being held at the Veterans Memorial Complex in Culver City on 15 May 2018.
What happens when the data experts see a trend that is working against the organization? Charts, graphs, and analysis may not be enough. We are often working against established processes that aren’t seen as broken or an idea that generated excitement in the beginning but is now draining after being implemented. Data is the springboard that, when used correctly, pushes people beyond the comfortable or to the better idea.
Our talk will cover:
- How data is viewed from non-analyst perspective.
- Working through the apprehension, skepticism, and bargaining attempts.
- Creating a win/win change initiative plan to generate acceptance.
About the Speaker: Jaclyn Paxton
Jaclyn Paxton is a professional change manager and trainer who creates, designs, and implements learning programs and change initiatives. Jaclyn has achieved success with well-established companies such as CSR Logistics, Amphenol Nelson-Dunn, and Tatt2Away, to name a few. She is currently the Director of Change Management and Employee Learning for Superior Press, Inc. in Santa Fe Springs, CA.
After spending more than 10 years in process improvement and organizational training with various enterprises, Jaclyn understands what drives change in businesses and how to rollout change efficiently for optimum results. She leverages existing talent, working processes, and data to help people and the organization reach desired outcomes.
Jaclyn holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Business and an Associate’s Degree in IT/Networking from University of Phoenix. She is a certified green belt in Six Sigma. After 4 years serving in the United States Marine Corps as a field wireman, Training NCO, and Security Chief, she actively volunteers services to veterans and companies specifically in the translation of military skills to recruit and sustain veteran employment.
Early Registration: (Available Below)
- $15 for program only (no dinner)
- $15 for Los Angeles IIBA Chapter members (dinner included)
- $20 for IIBA International Only members (dinner included)
- $25 for all non-members (dinner included)
Note that on-site registration is $30 for all participants (members and nonmembers).