Change Management

Companies will increasingly be defined by their ability to respond to change. Therefore it is key to build a culture where change is embraced as an enabler of progress

Digital transformation is bringing far-reaching and continuous change. The introduction of new technologies and processes requires new ways of working, shifts in responsibilities and almost inevitably creates the need to master new skills.


Planning for success

Building blocks for a pragmatic change management approach

Our change management offerings have been optimized for a specific set of high impact projects:

  • Change & Adoption for Microsoft O365 based Digital Workplace projects
  • Change & Adoption for CRM implementations
  • Change & Adoption for ERP programs


Preparing for organizational change

Organization structures, processes and (reward) systems must be aligned with the expected change. We help you to define a clear vision of the change and a solid understanding of which stakeholder groups will be affected in what way and to what extent.

Inform & enable stakeholders

We help you define and execute a change communication plan to distribute targeted communications that address the specific needs of all impacted stakeholder groups.

Strengthen the change leadership

Change sponsorship is a key prerequisite to achieve the desired outcome of any transformation. We support leadership at all levels in the organization to become an active and engaged sponsor of the change.

Facilitating & measuring the digital adoption

Upskilling and reskilling people is crucial to create a resilient workforce and to anchor change for the better. This requires upfront training, engagement and enablement. At the same time, we support you in defining relevant adoption metrics and measure actual progress throughout your journey.  

we commit
to help you achieve the benefits of your transformation by supporting the people side of change

More info? Ask Caroline

Change manager – Solution Lead Change & Communication

contact Caroline Hillaert on Linkedin

optional ultimately, investing in a change culture not only drives performance but overall a better employee experience

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