Organizational Change Management

Welcome to the virtual home of the M.S. program in Organizational Change Management at Milano/The New School. 

Visit the Organizational Change Management page at newschool.edu to learn about degree requirements, application information, program faculty, and more.

 Student Projects

 

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Amy Chiang (OCM ‘10) Orchestrates Organizational Transformation

While still a student in Milano’s Organizational Change Management (OCM) program, Amy partnered with the Dean to explore strategy to improve the on-boarding process for graduate students. Today, she still focuses on the people side of change in her management consulting practice. Why did you choose Milano/The New School? This school seemed to be aligned to my interests, that is, shifting paradigms in large organizations and systems, which many people often take for granted as being static. I liked that this school seemed to attract those who were not afraid to think critically, and to challenge normative assumptions on the ...
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Milano Management Speaker Series is Back in 2016

The Milano Management Program would like to invite students, alumni and faculty to the 2016 Speaker Series! Join us as we explore a wide range of issues in management and organizations, from design to application. Speakers for this series include activists, organizational consultants, academics and practitioners, each of whom will tackle a central question of their discipline. Join students, alumni and faculty to explore a wide range of issues in management and organizations, from design to application. Speakers for this series include activists, organizational consultants, academics and practitioners, each of whom will tackle a central question of their discipline. All ...
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Milano Management Professor Robin Hayes shines at her Shomburg Center Black and Cuba screening

January 26 marked the start of a long awaited Black History Month series, Films at the Schomburg. The film selected for the premiere screening of the series was none other than Professor Robin J. Hayes’ award-winning documentary, Black and Cuba. The Langston Hughes Auditorium at Harlem’s Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture was packed with socially active, interested folks who were there to explore the important subject matter and meet the woman behind the film. The historic library center is recognized as one of the leading institutions focusing exclusively on African-American, African Diaspora, and African experiences. Begun with the ...
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Summer 2015 Home Games: Milano Students Consult for Youth Baseball Leagues

Summer 2015 Home Games Milano graduate students’ consulting for local youth baseball organizationsCoursework at Milano and throughout The New School consciously aims to blend theory and practice, with students engaging in and learning from a wide variety of organizations. We hope this will be the first of several articles highlighting the work students do as a part of their learning and service to the community.This summer six Milano graduate students had the opportunity to participate in a short-term, consultancy with a foundation supporting the development of youth baseball league--and receive a stipend for their work. The team was a mix ...
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A Tribunal on Failed Governance: Climate Change, Inequality, and Jobless Growth

Back in February 2015 The Milano School hosted a Tribunal on global governance failures regarding increasing levels of social and economic inequality, unequal and jobless economic growth, and climate change. The Tribunal also launched an alliance between the Ford Foundation and the Milano School. The Tribunal shed light on the way that conferences such as Habitat III or International Climate Change Conferences can serve as global intermediaries to increase a city’s capacity and governance structures to operate in their particular urban situation. The Tribunal presented testimonies from affected peoples around the globe, indicting cities and governance for inaction regarding climate ...