BUILDING ENTHUSIASM AND DRIVE FOR CHANGE
Academic research consistently shows that the main reason why major change projects fail is insufficient focus on involving people across the organization. Our extensive experience has taught us how to actively build an efficient culture for change in your organization using bespoke tools adapted to your level of change readiness.
SPONSORSHIP AND PROJECT CHARTER
As an integral part of our collaborative approach to change, we help you plan and demonstrate executive sponsorship throughout the improvement process. Thus we build a sponsorship strategy and a project charter which clearly defines which activities we need to undertake to support the improvement initiative in the most efficient manner.
The 3 C’s – communication, communication, communication – has never had more relevance than when it comes to when and to whom we need to communicate combined with an individually developed plan for choice of communication platforms and media.
STAKEHOLDER INVOLVEMENT :
In addition to impact your own people, major change initiatives will impact your external stakeholders in various ways. Actively involving stakeholders in the change processes will greatly boost the improvement potentials along the value chain, as stakeholders often can provide insights and improvement potentials which are not readily obvious for your organization. In our experience, involving suppliers, service providers and customers in the change initiatives tend to significantly boost results.