Knowers Become Learners: Stakeholder Management During Rapid Change

Product Calgary
Product Calgary
Public group

Shareworks by Morgan Stanley

600 3 Ave SW Suite 1500 · Calgary, AB

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Find us at the elevators in the atrium where someone from the team will be able to help you access the 15th floor where the event takes place.

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Details

Are you operating in a fast-changing environment with complex team dynamics across your organization? Do you ever get slowed down by communication barriers or a lack of shared understanding?

In this session, Christa Hill, Senior Product Manager at Benevity, will take you through a Product Development case study with a focus on managing a large and diverse group of stakeholders. You’ll learn simple and practical tactics to help you work on large projects that cross multiple teams during times of rapid organizational change.

- Identify risks associated with rapid growth
- Define and apply your change management strategy
- Convert your stakeholders from “knowers” into “learners” to speed up learning and increase adaptability
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Christa Hill

Christa Hill is a Senior Product Manager at Benevity, a Calgary based company that is focused on infusing goodness into the world by inspiring individuals to take small actions that can lead to large scale change. Her product teams build solutions to engage with NPOs, NGOs, and all varieties of Causes globally to interact with enterprise corporate employee engagement programs. This also includes how causes to contribute content and campaigns into the Benevity eco-system. Additionally, she oversees the specialized finance services products that support disbursing funds to causes around the world.

Christa started her tech career in the early days of online banking and money transfer services, as well as working in various compliance roles in the finance services industry. She then took a pit stop in the not for profit sector to revitalize a local community recreation centre. Upon her return to tech, she discovered a path from Product Ownership at Getty Images, to Product Management at Benevity.

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