Strategic Change Management
We are fortunate to have access to people in our team that have driven and managed change in aggressive environments, so they understand that it all starts with having a clear strategy that must be built on the vision, mission and values of the organization.
Some of the functions we perform include:
Strategic change management is the process of managing change in a structured, thoughtful way in order to meet organizational goals, objectives, and missions. Change is necessary for organizations to continue to thrive and meet and exceed the competition of industry competitors.
Business transformation is achieved by one or more of: realigning the way staff work, how the organisation is structured, the core product or service portfolio of the business and how technology is used. Typically organisations go through several stages in transforming themselves:
- Recognising the need to change and gaining consensus amongst stakeholders that change is necessary
- Agreeing what form the change should take, the objectives of the change and a vision that describes a better future
- Understanding what the organisation is changing from and what needs to change in detail
- Designing the new organisational way of working and its support and management
- Testing and implementing changes, usually in waves, typically over a number of years
- Bedding in the change so that the organisation cannot move back to how it was and achieves the intended benefits