Developing a “Change Management” Strategy:
To stay competitive,
many companies attempt radical transformation by adopting a
brand-new business model, entering a different industry, merging
with another firm or deploying a new global strategy. Often,
these efforts fail. As they seek to change, IMC helps companies
to work on three separate, intimately connected levels of change
initiatives: operations, strategy and identity.
Managers who want to
help their organizations achieve substantive, but peaceful,
change need to be aware of, and anticipate the possibility of,
changes in all these levels. For this reason, a change process
should follow a consistent and complete plan that addresses the
different perspectives which are special to every distinct
Many companies have
already planned and implemented many different models and
approaches for change management. IMC, with its diverse
experience in change management, has a database of case studies
that identify the failures and success of those initiatives. We
work to show you the opportunities and threats that help your
organization reap the benefits, avoid the mistakes, and overcome
the hurdles of your change initiative.
service, IMC will:
Identify the most
critical and sensitive milestones for planning and implementing
a change initiative in your organization such as: establishing a
sense of urgency, forming a powerful guiding coalition, creating
and communicating a vision, removing obstacles to the new
vision, systematically planning for and creating short-term
wins, consolidating improvements, and institutionalizing new
Select the change
agents that will carry the responsibility of the change
emergent approach to successful change that promotes
organizational structure, organizational learning, managerial
behavior, power and politics, and tools and techniques.
Formulate and communicate a vision that guides
your change process and
direction in which your organization needs to move.
strategies and roadmap that focus on a mix of norms and values,
interests and incentives, gradual transformation of the
environment, or demonstration of authority.
Help you to foster
core values which are critical for successful change management
such as: empowering employees, openness, ownership of the change
process, collaboration, risk taking, continuous learning, and
removing barriers to communication.
Train change agents and transformational leaders to acquire
several skills in the fields of politics, analysis, business,
and communication and interpersonal skills.
Develop a customized module for
change management for your organization that considers an
integrated approach to implement change.