Building Blocks for Effective Organizations

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Course Overview

Course Introduction

Atti Riazi, chief information technology officer for the United Nations, has served as a leader and technologist in the private and corporate sector, including being the CIO and acting general manager at the New York City Housing Authority. Her experience with large organizations makes her the perfect advisor on how to create a fluid dynamic organization ready to deal with transformational change. 
In this course, you will learn how change is the number one problem for organizations. You will also learn that success starts with creativity, and with creativity comes chaos and change. Riazi stresses that innovation should come paired with accountability and responsibility for the impact a new product or service has on society and environment. She talks about qualities to look for when hiring a manager—passion and compassion are the most important attributes of a manager and a leader. Riazi explains it is important to know the “what and how” of what you are doing.


Who Should Attend

  • Executives
  • Managers
  • Team Leaders
  • Entrepreneurs
  • Senior Management


Course Methodology

This self-paced e-learning course is based on an exclusive interview with Atefeh (Atti) Riazi, CIO at United Nations.

Learning Objectives

  • Building a culture of change within an organization
  • The definition of innovation
  • Qualities to look for when hiring a leader and challenges in finding qualified people for management
  • Leading through crisis and building transformational and learning organizations
  • Investing in employee learning and development
  • Technology advice for young people

Course Modules

  • Change Management
    • Building A Culture Of Change
    • Innovation And Accountability
    • Leading Through Crisis
  • Tranformational Capabilities
    • Building A Learning Organization
    • Investing In Employee Training And more
  • Talent Acquisition
    • Qualities To Look For While Hiring
    • Challenges In Finding Qualified People
    • Advice For Young People