Business transformation often begins as a response to difficult challenges: changing market demands, losses in competitive standing, or reductions in financial performance. Or, maybe the drive starts with a desire to proactively take on initiatives and get ahead of anticipated technology evolutions. No matter the motivation, the results can lead to highly empowered and engaged people, unified behind a consistent strategy, leveraging the latest tools and data to enable customer success and create a high-performing enterprise.
When we guide you in your pursuit of transformation, our proven experience and industry knowledge enable us to visualize the specific challenges that lie ahead. From incremental operational adjustments to asset modifications to enterprisewide digital transformation, the disruption is real and meaningful. We deliver solutions grounded in market expertise and adapted to you.
Transformative change requires both a mental and a cultural shift. We help you build a coaching framework and communication strategy in support of the necessary skills and new behaviors.
To achieve the promise of transformation, you need a sustainable, long-term strategy. We apply holistic tools and methodologies to capture measurable employee adoption and usage. We then integrate with current teams and project managers to institutionalize change management practices, capabilities and competencies.
The business value of any digital solution lies not in the solution itself, but in its adoption and usage by people.
The electrified future is coming. For many industries and communities, being prepared for the changes can mean the difference between success and failure. Creating a road map for how to absorb the changes economically and culturally can help.
There is a necessary and beneficial symbiotic relationship between a client and its contractor or consultant. But because organizational change is nuanced and complicated, it can be difficult to get the highest return on your company’s investment. Fortunately, there is a way.
A utility’s large capital projects must be justified to investors and stakeholders before resources can be allocated. Correctly positioning people change management within the capital-spend business case is necessary to procure resources that reduce risk of capital project failure.