Management Consulting Services
Good change management is delivered by your leaders so employees fully adopt the change and the ROI is achieves and the organisation is ahead of the competition in terms of improve performance. Our approach is simple we align the leadership team on their strategic priorities, build them into a high performing team and equip them with change leadership skills to lead the change. Next with build internal change capability using change management gamification, a form of experiential learning where the skill can be immediately applied back in the work place. With these two foundations in place we focus on employe change adoption.
Delivering Change is underpinned by the following three areas:
Change Wait for No Leader
Change Management Framework®
Our main area of expertise and advisory service offering is change management and central to client delivery is our registered trade mark a2B Change Management Framework® (a2BCMF®). It is a structured and disciplined programme approach, to support organisations, leadership teams and individuals going through a change, the transition from the current state 'a' to the future state 'B'.
Step 1: Strategy Alignment - checking that the change is aligned to the strategy
Step 2: Secure Sponsorship and Resources - identifying the sponsor and other change resources
Step 3: Previous Change - assessing previous change for future change management success
Step 4: Develop Detailed Change Plan - document the actions, timelines, milestones and resources needed
Step 7: Manage Resistance - requires simplicity and repetition with a feedback loop
Step 8: Develop New Skills and Behaviours - ensuring impacted employees can perform their new role
Step 9: Adoption - leaving the old ways behind and adopting the new way of working
Step 10: Sustain and Close - closing the change after the organisation and employees have adopted the change
Step 6: Assess Readiness - managing the negative reaction of the organisation or individuals
Step 5: Communicate the Change - requires simplicity and repetition with a feedback loop