(Cultural) Transformation and Change Management

New business models, disruptive technologies and changing organizational and management structures require a high level of learning ability and flexibility. Change processes often trigger resistance and lead to uncertainty among employees. At the same time, they enable creative and inventive potential in an organization to be unlocked and deployed to advantage.
Sustainable implementation of your change process

A structured and nonetheless iterative process provides the necessary traction, dynamism and alignment to make the change become a reality. We act as your sparring partner and process facilitator. It is your transformation process, and the focus is on you and your organization. We support you in honing your objectives where appropriate and in initializing your desired objective. The relevant target groups are central in the process and are taken into consideration and involved at all stages.

Our collaboration is structured by means of a co-creative process and by using agile methods. In doing so, we always treat learning processes as an integral part of any transformation. In order to achieve a sustainable implementation of your change project, we pay particular attention to anchoring the desired behaviours into the corporate and/or management culture. As part of this, we conduct regular measurements of effectiveness to ensure a comprehensive analysis of success factors and an optimal basis for communication.

What we offer

  • Change design and intervention architecture: Specification of transformation objectives; compilation of an integrated change plan aligned with the envisaged outcome of transformation
  • Change empowerment and support: Empowerment and advice to internal transformation facilitators (management, thematic and/or cultural ambassadors)
  • Change implementation: Application of agile transformation methods and processes; development of communication concepts and implementation of communication measures in accordance with the road map; performance measurement while taking into account regular effectiveness measurements