Change Management Process
Below is a typical change management process, with 4 phases and the activities we usually undertake.
Planning, Building Visibility and Setting up
This is the first phase of the change. There is an idea, innovation or problem that needs to be solved, creating a need for change.
Building Readiness in Impacted Teams and Stakeholders
Planning has been completed, and people are now aware that things will change. Its time to get them ready for it!
Rollout and Transition to New Way of Working
This is when people start to feel the impact of the change. The level of support and resilience they have will make all the difference.
Sustaining Performance, Embedding and Review
Once the rollout has finished, the project team move to another project, and we review what has "stuck" and what needs more work to embed.