Master of Science in Organizational Change Management

Welcome to the virtual home of the Master of Science 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. 

The advanced seminar, capstone course, culminates the Milano experience in a meaningful and integrated way. Recent Student Capstone Projects

 

Milano Management Brown Bag Talk | Corbin Hill Food Project

In this Milano Management Brown Bag talk, Nonprofit Management Professor and Corbin Hill founder Dennis Derryck discusses how the Corbin Hill Food Project, a values driven social enterprise, is making the transition from food access to community ownership and wealth creation.Posted by Milano School of Policy, Management, and Environment on Thursday, November 8, 2018 In this Milano Management Brown Bag talk, Professor of professional practice and Corbin Hill founder Dennis Derryck discusses how the Corbin Hill Food Project, a values driven social enterprise, is making the transition from food access to community ownership and wealth creation.  Corbin Hill Food Project is a ...

6 Questions with Milano Management Student Anthony D. Meyers

We talked with current Organizational Change Management student Anthony D. Meyers, who is also pursuing the certificate in Leadership and Change. What are you working on now? Currently, I am working on a social venture called Leading ChangeMakers. It is an education and empowerment program that instigates authentic explorations of racial equity in leadership through trainings and consulting for individuals, organizations, and philanthropy. We cultivate a diverse pool of leaders and explore personal pathways to professional development and self-actualization. We center our work on the people within the industry context, from historically disenfranchised people of color, to historically empowered leaders ...

Milano Management Brown Bag | So you want to be a CEO?

Management Professor Mark Lipton’s trajectory of research, writing and consulting have all converged over the past fifteen years on understanding the role, challenges and psychology of the Chief Executive Officer. In this Milano Management Brown Bag Talk, Mark discusses some of the projects that have most influenced his work and how his research has shifted his own thinking and the ways he tries to influence CEOs to lead with purpose and integrity. In case you missed it, watch Professor Mark Lipton's Milano Management Brown Bag Lecture "So, You Want to be a CEO?"In case you missed it, watch Professor Mark ...

Milano Management Hosts Ecosystem Partner Workshop

Milano Management hosted an ecosystem partner workshop to help Heat Seek, a civic tech venture, develop strategies and partnerships to scale up their impact. Heat Seek believes that low cost, scalable technology has the power to drastically improve the lives of millions of New Yorkers while increasing the efficiency of government service provision. They are providing a model for what a smarter city—one that embraces technology to solve real civic problems—can look like.  Attended by tenants, tenant advocates, legal service providers, and student volunteers from the New School and Columbia University, the workshop was designed and facilitated by Isake Smith ...

Serving over 20,000 Brooklynites each year: Janelle Farris (’13)

The change management consultants Janelle Farris hired, while working at the Pratt Center for Community Development, were first to suggest she explore the field of organizational development (OD). She was hooked once she discovered that she had been doing OD work without realizing it. That was when she decided to study full-time and to look for a program that made the connection between theory and real-world practice. The path led straight to The New School and Milano Management’s Post Master’s Certificate in Organization Development. By the time she entered Milano, Farris had already earned a bachelor's degree in psychology from Spelman ...