Whether you want it or not, organizations undergo change frequently as a natural phenomenon, akin to the adage “change is the only constant in life”. What we do, when we do it, where we do it, who does it, if we do it and how we handle the results and consequences eventually define the strength of the organisation. New and nascent organizations assume different change paths from the more established organizations and the nature of change may range from incremental, radical, disruptive and transformational. Sources of change comes from mere happenstance or planned, could assume internally induced dimensions or forced upon the organization by external forces. Whatever the form change assumes; is your organization alert to change and rehearsed to handle its occurrence, or its one of those that grope in darkness when it encounters the suddenness and challenges of change.
Change can affect every aspect of the organization’s ecosystem, altering organizational components, from its core structure to systems, processes, routines, products and services. Whether change pertain to process redesign or re-engineering, product features change, or business transformation, Change acts as an organizational renewal tool to stimulate improvements, growth and innovation. Indeed change can help organizations challenge the status quo and help institute better strategy formulation, revalidation and effectiveness in execution. However, certain factors such as leadership inertia, culture issues, timing considerations and many more could potentially affect change effectiveness. Our team of experienced practitioners can work with you to capture the nature and complexity of change, and on how your organization can stimulate and manage change as a transformational tool for growth.