Change Management







Main categories of change in today’s workforce:

  • Workforce Location: The domestic and/or global relocation of your business
  • Business process re-engineering: The analysis and change in workflows and processes within an organization
  • Technological change: Integrating new, innovative technology
  • People Changes: Integrating new roles and responsibilities in response to Regulatory; managing attrition

Changes are primarily driven by management to increase revenue, decrease
the cost of doing business or due to a merger, acquisition, external
regulatory change or even the economy. Successful change means creating a
strategy that links the people, the process, and the technology to create a
better future state.

The Striler Group Service Offering for Managing Change:

  • Assessment of SWOT: Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, Threats
  • Coach/Develop/Train: Help people adapt
  • Plan: Create a Road Map for change
  • Values/Vision: Inspiring, Simple, Focused on the future
  • Redesign Organizational Factors: Specific goals, Measurable results
  • Action oriented and agreed on, Realistic, Time bound
  • Communications: Create a plan and Manage the process
  • Project Management: Implement the Change

What to Expect from Change:

  • Sense of loss, confusion
  • Mistrust and a “me” focus
  • High energy — often undirected
  • Control becomes a major issue
  • People hold onto & value the past
  • Perceived high levels of inconsistency
  • Fear of letting go of that which led to success in the past
  • High uncertainty, low stability, high emotional stress
  • Conflict increases — especially between groups