Organizational Change Management

Change Management

Organizations have to be flexible enough to change if we expect people to change.

Did you know that industry studies consistently show that approximately 70% of change management initiatives fail?

70% is a staggering number.

Why would you ever embark on trying to bring about change in your business if you knew there was a 70% chance that you would fail to accomplish your change and improvement goals.

The truth is, you likely wouldn't.

You would decide to stay with the status quo, no matter how unpleasant, just to avoid the possibility that you may be wasting your time and money.

But It Doesn't Have to Be This Way

The reason many change management initiatives don't accomplish what they hope to accomplish is because the organization is not built to accept change. 


And more importantly improvement.

So before you go out and undertake a change management plan, or before you hire someone to do it for you, make sure that your change management program first evaluates your organizations ability to change and improve.

Organizational Change Management Starts with Your Organization

No matter if you are merging, restructuring, or simply embarking on a transformation initiative, your business or organization must be structured in a way that will both help to facilitate the change, as well as encourage long-term sustainability of that change.

With this fact in mind, we assess your internal organizational structure, processes and culture to make sure that your organization is built for change.

We can't ask people to change, if we don't first create a climate and a system that is conducive to change.

Change Management Services

We help you plan, implement and integrate practical and results driven change and improvement.

Our Change Management Services include:

Assessing Fitness for Change

Change Management Advisory Services


Organizational Re-designs and Re-structuring 

Creating Stakeholder Alignment

Removing Barriers to Change and Improvement

Building Communication Strategies

Change Leadership Development

Trees From Above

Re-Defining Change Management