CHANGE MANAGEMENT

When companies typically plan enterprise-wide, change management initiatives, they initially formulate a communications plan, where executive leaders or change managers communicate internally within the organization that some form of change is on its way. Examples include a systems implementation, joint venture, acquisition or strategic partnership. This is often done on fairly short notice and little support may be offered. Effective change management requires a more holistic and integrated view.

For organizations to succeed, leadership and change managers should support people throughout the organization through their transitions from the current state to the future state. This requires a deeper understanding of key drivers needed to influence each person to embrace and adopt the change and secure buy-in. In doing so, companies can significantly increase the likelihood of project success and sustain that success in a way where the investment in the change initiative delivers a positive return.

 

Our methodology involves three primary phases, outlined below. For a more in-depth discussion, kindly contact us. 

PREPARE APPROACH
PREPARE APPROACH
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MANAGE CHANGE
MANAGE CHANGE
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SUSTAIN OUTCOMES
SUSTAIN OUTCOMES
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