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“If you always do what you’ve always done, you’ll always get what you’ve always got.”
Our Change Management approach assesses change impacts, readiness of employees and helps leaders determine leadership alignment and support for change I do not understand this sentence.
The next generation of change management is not about getting from point A to point B, but rather, it is about building the culture & capability to thrive in times of change by engaging people in building solutions from the very beginning, generating emotional connections to the work they do, and encouraging continuous learning to drive new ways of working. It’s about taking all of the capabilities required and delivering them cohesively achieve the desired outcome.
PwC offers a unique change management approach that encourages positive changes in people, rather forcing change in them. Our approach is iterative in nature, steeped in strategy and delivers insights a which focus on your employees and business goals.
We will cooperate with you to deliver a strategic approach to change by understanding what’s driving the need for change, what needs to change and help you to identify a clear vision. We will collaborate with you to create a plan that enables your employees to execute and embrace lasting transformation by empowering them to change their behaviour and focus on key steps which produce successful results.
"Change is hard because people overestimate the value of what they have and underestimate the value of what they may gain by giving that up."
"Culture does not change because we desire to change it. Culture changes when the organization is transformed – the culture reflects the realities of people working together everyday."
Unlocking your organization’s unique strengths by empowering people to anticipate, shape and accelerate change to make a difference that matters.
Ensuring the level of risk and readiness of your organisation can be done at anytime through-out our assessments. They can be used as a baseline evaluation for an upcoming project, an audit for an ongoing programme or to assess the past history of change and why it may not have been successful.
The stakeholder assessment is a critical component of any Change Management and Communication effort. It allows for change and communication activities to be tailored to the right audience in order to facilitate a more effective results. The priority of a change initiative is to engage key stakeholders to participate in, support, and adopt the desired change.