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

Member of the OD Education Association (ODEA)


Organizational Change Management 
2019 Graduate Student Award Winners

Gokce Gizer | Outstanding Student Award
Gokce “GG” Gizer is an organizational change consultant focused on strategy and culture working with organizations and coaching individuals. She has been actively involved in the startup ecosystem consulting and coaching founders in the early stages. During her studies in the Organizational Change Management program at Milano, she focused on effective models for assessment, diagnosis, strategy implementation and leadership development. Following her graduation GG is planning to expand her work with her team at Mercury Change to offer organizational efficiency, sustainable strategy and leadership development services to rapid growth companies and corporations.

Juliana Echeverri Arboleda | Best Paper Award for “Embedding Empathy in Technology: Case Studies of the World’s Empathic Companies”


Organizational Change Management News

Congratulations, Spring 2019 Graduates!

Highlights from the Milano School Master’s, PhD, and Certificate Candidates Recognition Ceremony, May 16, 2019 2019 Milano School Recognition Ceremony   The Evening in Pictures:  Recognition Ceremony 2019 Slideshow 2019 Student Speaker  Grace Saraspi Peñaranda 2019 Student Awards Recipients of the Distinguished Student Award Hanin Haithan Khawaja Grace Saraspi Peñaranda Recipient of the John Clinton Outstanding Environmental Policy and Sustainability Management Student Award Caroline Thompson MS in Environmental Policy and Sustainability Management Best Paper Award Maria C. Coello, Exploring the Impacts of Aerial Fumigation on Communities Near Banana Farms in the Province of Los Rios, Ecuador Recipient of the MS ...

Milano Management Brown Bag Talk | Reimagining Social Movements

The power of social movements to hold governments, institutions, and individuals accountable is increasingly apparent in these troubling and turbulent times. While many people define any gathering of people as a social movement, in this Brown Bag, Milano Professor, Sujatha Jesudason shares a more nuanced definition of social movements and explores the need for creativity and innovation in reimagining social movements. She shares her work in creating a hub for Social Movements + Innovation @The New School and discusses the kinds of questions she is exploring in her community-engaged research and social justice leadership at the intersection of design, innovation, power, and movements. At this Milano Management Brown Bag, Prof Sujatha ...

Congratulating Our December Grads | Toasting Our Alums | Celebrating Darrick Hamilton

Congratulating Our December Grads. Toasting Our Alums.🥂 Celebrating Darrick Hamilton.Posted by Milano School of Policy, Management, and Environment on Monday, December 17, 2018   ...

Milano Management Brown Bag Talk | Virtues and the Common Good in Leadership

Live! The Milano Management Program Brown Bag Lecture featuring Dr. Aliza Racelis!Posted by Milano School of Policy, Management, and Environment on Thursday, December 13, 2018 In this Milano Management Brown Bag talk, Aliza Racelis, Business Ethics professor at the University of the Philippines and Fulbright Visiting Scholar at the New York Institute of Technology, discusses her work and recent book chapter in Business Ethics: A Virtue Ethics and Common Good Approach. In her talk, Dr. Racelis emphasizes that the importance of virtue and moral character in leaders cannot be underestimated and good leaders transcend the false dichotomy of  business and ...

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 ...