Business transformation starts and ends with people. While technology and process are essential for true transformation, helping people adapt and embrace change is the key to sustainable success. At Nitor, our change management strategies create an intentional and structured approach to address the impacts associated with a move from where your team or organization is today to where you want to be in the future.
Nitor’s organizational change management methodology ensures that your associates are prepared to make lasting change:
A change management plan that is built only at the corporate level (a “one-size-fits-all” approach) will dramatically decrease effectiveness. A full stakeholder and cultural Assessment will define the individual beliefs that drive individual behaviors, so it’s important to understand the current environment and challenges at play in the organization.
The Communication strategy will be designed to drive consistent messaging (i.e., key messages) to all levels of the organization. Visible and active sponsorship is a critical success factor; therefore, we will seek to engage and equip local change champions to facilitate ongoing, two-way communication with employees.
The goal of the global Development strategy will be to create a sustainable framework so that training can be developed, and knowledge transfer can continue long after our engagement ends.
Finally, change requires delivering a plan for Sustainment to solidify the transformation. We will assess the current operating model and identify recommendations for how to ensure long-term program success.
OCM Case Study – Global Automotive Manufacturer
View how Nitor’s OCM services helped prepare a global automotive manufacturer for new technology implementation.
OCM Case Study – Grocery Chain
View how Nitor’s OCM services helped prepare a regional grocery chain for new technology implementation.
Change Readiness Questionnaire
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