San Diego, California September 13-18, 2015

Leading Change-Even If You're Not in Charge

Jennifer Bonine, VP of global delivery and solutions, Tap|QA, Inc.

Has this happened to you? You try to implement a change in your organization and it doesn't get the support that you thought it would. And, to make matters worse, you can't figure out why. Or, you have a great idea but can't get the resources required for successful implementation. Jennifer Bonine shares a toolkit of techniques to help you determine which ideas will-and will not-work within your organization. This toolkit includes five rules for change management, a checklist to help you determine the type of change process needed in your organization,  and methods for overcoming resistance to change from teams you don't lead. These tools-together with an awareness of your organization's core culture-will help you identify which changes you can successfully implement and which you should leave until another day.


Leading Change-Even If You're Not in ChargeJennifer Bonine is a VP of global delivery and solutions for tap|QA, Inc., a global company that specializes in strategic solutions for businesses. Jennifer began her career in consulting, implementing large ERP solutions. She has held executive level positions leading development, quality assurance and testing, organizational development, and process improvement teams for Fortune 500 companies in several domains. In a recent engagement for one of the world's largest technology companies, Jennifer served as a strategy executive and in corporate marketing for the C-Suite. She has interacted and worked with many of the world's most influential business, sports, and political leaders on topics of leadership and change management. She has rung the opening bell for the NASDAQ and built several of her own companies. In her career, she has had numerous opportunities to build global teams from the ground up and has been fortunate to see how many of the world's top companies operate from the C-Suite viewpoint.

Contact Us
© 2014 International Institute for Software Testing