Transformation Methods Applied

 

Transformation projects are about more than optimizing processes and ways of working. It's about initiating, driving and accelerating profound changes.

Decisive here is the commitment of the management team, a clear goal / expectation management, structured project and change management, as well as an industry and technology focus. This combination not only makes it possible to unite all stakeholders behind the goal, but also to get involved in the process. The reorientation will be achieved through a systemic approach to transformation projects, incorporating structural and behavioral levels.

Phases of the Transformation Process: Plan - Build - GO

  1. Commitment of the CEO, the managing director and the management team
  2. Cultural analysis
  3. Goal-directed project management
  4. Goal and expectation management including KPIs
  5. Strategic communication: employee journey in the transformation process
  6. Anchoring new behavior
  7. Role training
  8. Leadership and organizational development 

Ensuring a new role and process understanding

Organizational changes place high psychological and professional demands on employees. Often they do not see themselves adequately picked up in the innovations or, due to insufficient organizational support, they need a long time to adapt to the new circumstances. This negatively affects motivation and productivity.

Targeted process training and support help employees find self confidence in new roles and guide them towards new productivity.