Change Management Strategy
What is Change management strategy?
A change management strategy is similar to a business strategy. It provides clear direction for the delivery of change management services. The strategy defines the approach and scope of change management interventions. It provides context for the development of a detailed change management plan. The change plan in turn drives detailed change management activities. For change management projects to be successful, your business requires a well defined change management strategy. Without a strategy, change activities become unfocused and will not achieve desired results.
When to define a change management strategy?
The strategy is developed at the start of a business initiative. An experienced change manager or change leader defines the strategy. The aim is to create a strategy to improve the change initiative’s success. The complexity of the industry will determine the scope of the process. The business sponsor must ensure it is aligned with business requirements—the business sponsor signs off the strategy document. The change manager translates the strategy into a change management plan. The change project manager presents the plan to the rest of the team. The goal is that each employee understands change strategy, as well as its implications for his/her work and the benefits.
where we use change managegement strategies?
We create strategies at the start of every client engagement. We never start without this. We developed change strategies across industries and project types, such as:
- Technology implementations
- Process and operations improvements
- Organizational design and restructures
- Communication and engagement
- Strategy programs
- Vision and values programs
- British American Tobacco
- Oil and Gas
- Manufacturing and Distribution