Allyson Campos Gilbert and John Gillen, Adaptation’s strategic leaders, are available to share their expertise and insights on the new world of work.
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Change is an ongoing event that does not stop or slow down. Most companies are not fully equipped to deliver a comprehensive change management team. We help companies by planning and implementing the systems and staffing needed to manage the impact of change due to technology, automation, perceptions and the blending of life and work.
We have developed a solid framework for helping companies manage traditional organizational change. We are now launching an exciting new series of frameworks to help prepare companies for, and even drive, disruptive change.
The key members of our team have appeared in magazine articles, on radio programs and at speaking engagements to share their knowledge and expertise:
Enterprise Services Outlook magazine: A special edition on Disaster-Recovery Special. “What Is the Role of the CIO?” Read the online version of the article: http://www.esoutlook.com/digital-magazines/disaster-recovery-special-july-2016/#page=18
David Wight, host of “The Human Side of the Business,” interviewed Allyson Gilbert and John Gillen in his studio on June 14, 2016.
Click here to listen to the podcast: http://www.hunterdonchamberradio.com/Radio_Shows/Human_Side/Human_Side-2016-06-14_06.mp3
Allyson Gilbert, CEO of Adaptation, and Greg Fittinghoff, Acting CIO of the Fashion Institute of Technology, presented, “Leadership: The Future Role of the CIO” at the Society for Information Management (SIM) NY Metro Chapter meeting– February 16, 2017.
“Knowledge Management,” CIANJ (Commerce & Industry Association of NJ)–April 12, 2016
Speaking Engagement for Mid-Hudson Valley Society for Human Resource Management (MHV-SHRM) “Change is Changing: Organizational Change: HR & The Future of Work.”–October 22, 2015
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