LOVELAND, Colo., Jan. 12 /PRNewswire/ -- Prosci announces a powerhouse line-up of speakers for the 2010 Global Conference on Change Management, with leading experts from industry and academia. Expected to be the largest gathering of change management professionals to date, this year's conference will be held April 25 - 28, 2010 in Las Vegas and features presentations from Nike, Delta Air Lines, Cisco, U.S. House of Representatives, Columbia University, Georgetown University, University of Southern California, George Washington University, Linkage, CapGemini, PricewaterhouseCoopers, General Dynamics, Oracle and Sun Microsystems, to name just a few of the headliners for this year's conference.
"Trends, Tools and Methodologies" is the conference theme, providing a venue to learn about a variety of change management models, review case studies of those methodologies, and discover the latest trends in the industry.
A key objective this year was to make this conference affordable for as many change professionals as possible. With this in mind, the event will be held at the M Resort, where attendees receive room pricing of only $120 per night. This is one of the newest and nicest facilities in Las Vegas, providing a great value at a low price. Early registration and group discounts are also being offered to further reduce the overall expense.
The 2010 Global Conference on Change Management is co-hosted by the Association of Change Management Professionals. Find out more about this worldwide event for change managers and business leaders at http://www.acmp.info/conference.
Formed in 1994, Prosci is the world leader in change management research. Prosci has conducted six longitudinal studies over the last eleven years to create the most complete body of knowledge available in the change management field. Research participants include more than 2000 organizations from 65 countries since 1998, including many of the largest companies and government organizations worldwide.
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