Holistic change management implements changes quicker, more efficient and more sustainable

When it comes to change projects, hard facts such as structures, processes and systems oftentimes are in focus and the importance of soft facts such as personal and cultural dimensions of change can be underestimated.

A systematic and holistic change management implements changes much quicker, more sustainable and more efficient. An established change architecture including clear responsibilities within the process, a professional participation from all involved groups and stakeholders, a clear roadmap as well as a focused change communication supports to implement a successfull change.

The Core Elements of Change Management

Examples of change management projects that we have successfully implemented:

  • Strategic realignment
  • Mergers and strategic alliances
  • Reorganization (restructuring, introduction of teamwork, etc.)
  • Location concepts
  • Restructuring
  • Introduction of new technologies
  • Leadership transition
  • Introduction of a new mission statement with change needed in the corporate culture
  • Development to becoming a learning organization
  • Operational excellence
  • Service orientation

"One change follows another, therefore the capability to change is an important key competence of a company."
Dr. Peter Kn├╝ppel, Senior Partner Goll Consulting