Updated: Oct 11, 2020
Post Britex: In the coming months the competitive landscape for UK organisations will look and feel very different. Essentially the need for UK business organisations to become more competitive, provide faster value delivery, increase productivity, better customer focus, improved business agility and performance will never have been greater. Organisations will have to get more for less and adopt to the new Britex business environment. This requires Business and Process Improvement across the organisation’s value chain, improving employee capability, business processes, systems and services.
“The journey of a thousand miles begins with one step” ~ Lao Tzu
Successfully implementing an improvement project or transformation roadmap will almost always involve people and change, and this can be the most difficult part of the improvement. Project implementations are often complex and usually cause significant disruption that cuts across people and a number of business areas. Change Management is the proven game changer used to improve capital and operational effectiveness and efficiency, ensuring a positive and sustainable organisational change. The impact of the change challenge will need to be managed to reduce change disruption and resistance to the business and ensure they will undertake those activities necessary to support the project. Our registered a2B Change Management Framework® (a2BCMF®) is a structured and disciplined approach to support organisations, leadership teams and individuals going through a change, the transition from the current state 'a' to the future state 'B'.
Key considerations: Potential Change Management elements are listed below:
~ Change Definition
~ Communication Plan
~ New Skills and Behaviours
“Change is the law of life. And those who look only to the past or present are certain to miss the future” ~ John F. Kennedy
Business and Process Improvement provides the capabilities and structured methodologies to move organisations from their current state 'a' to their desired and improved state 'B'. Organisations can drive improvements by developing people capability, which in turn focuses on improving processes and systems using structured meth