What is driving change?
"Visions & Strategies are not formulated by individuals who have learned only to deal with plans and budgets. Sufficient time and energy are never invested in communicating a new sense of direction to enough people”. “As a result, expensive acquisitions produce none of the hoped-for synergies, dramatic restructuring fail to get costs under control, huge re-engineering projects take too long and provide too little benefit, and bold new strategies are never implemented well”.
[John P. Kotter – Leading Change in What Leaders Really Do, HBS Press, 1999]
The first step in understanding the change is to make sure you are choosing the adequate change strategy. As an example, engaging in a broad change management coaching while management challenges can be treated with classical problem solving techniques would be an overkill:
We apply the most adapted change management techniques and frameworks along the change management process and identifies the right components to be used to face management challenges:
We are highly specialized in change management projects and programs with mid-size and large organizations:
Here are examples of change management business cases we have delivered: