Change Management

Change is inevitable and is required to stay relevant and competitive. Today, more than ever, the pace of change is exponential and must be managed.

Change Management Systems Approaches

Leading an organization through change does not happen overnight. It takes skilled planning, communication, alignment, and execution. The key to any change is that it is effective and sustainable. We offer multiple adaptable Change Management Systems Approaches.

Kotter 8-Step Model identifies the eight (8) essential steps to successfully transform an organization.

Our consultants can provide Project Management and Critical Path Scheduling (CPS) by using Microsoft Project and Critical Path Schedules to coordinate all activities required to deliver the change.

Several of our tools for managing change come from The Change Management Pocket Guide. Examples include:

  1. Change Management Plan defines all activities required to deliver and sustain change.
  2. Stakeholder Analysis clearly identifies all stakeholders and the respective communication strategy required to secure their commitment and keep them informed throughout the project.
  3. Commitment Assessment provides a visual understanding stakeholders’ current level of commitment to the vision and defining actions that can be taken to move them to the next level.
  4. Change Readiness Audit is a tool for auditing the readiness of the organization for the change. The power is in the conversation among the leaders, stakeholders, and those executing the change.

“Maria’s expertise with product innovation, supply chain risk management, and business change management enables her to lead teams through the successful implementation of innovative supply chain solutions with excellence.”

Retina Carter - Senior Purchases Manager, Global Distribution, Specialties, Botanicals & Extracts Procter & Gamble