Strategic Change Management
Most organizations are successful at figuring out the “what” of change—the activities, events and tasks that make a change happen. Typically, where they struggle is with the "how"—the process of getting people to buy-in, support and engage to make the change successful.
We work collaboratively with our clients on the “how” by helping them to develop change management strategies that support their business goals and address their specific organizational challenges. We help them to recognize and understand people’s natural reactions to change and develop strategies that minimize resistance and increase engagement.
- Change models and methodologies – not a “one size fits all” application of a favored model, we choose the model that is appropriate for the client’s situation, culture, timing, and their ability to execute
- Change frameworks – what needs to be considered for successful organizational change and step-by-step “how to” instruction
- Communication strategies – communication plans that significantly reduce internal resistance and increase stakeholders’ buy-in to the change
- Project and process management strategies – planning to ensure that important processes and critical tasks are not overlooked so that business practices are aligned with changes made