In a fast and ever-changing world, companies that want to remain competitive need to embrace change. But how to embrace change when the transformation journey is long and challenging? Let’s compare it with climbing a mountain. You know the target; you know the path to get there and you hope it will be straight forward […]
Has your organization set sail for industry 4.0? Great! Maybe you’ve already made a huge investment in new technologies that allow you to keep up with the killing pace of digitization and automation. But where does that leave your workforce? And what can you learn from other companies? Facts & figures There’s no doubt that […]
On June 1 2017, we joined our client Bridgestone to pitch the Visibility Project in a bid to win an ELA award. The “official” award went to AGCO – congrats! – but we saw our creative, people-centered “What is a ViP?” presentation rewarded with the “Public’s Prize”. After winning the Belgian VIB Supply Chain Award […]
The old world is dead. Digitalization is everywhere. And companies have to strike out on their own digital path. For industrial companies, this means embracing industry 4.0. But before diving into this new adventure, there are two lessons from the 3.0 era you mustn’t forget.
Is the success of a change-management approach somehow quantifiable and measurable? At first it seemed counterintuitive to me to measure the soft side. But we’ve tried something new…. At one of our projects we have incorporated ADKAR – a tool that helps us to measure change – into our transformation approach.
Workshop ‘How to turn change agents into change communities’ On December 6 we welcomed more than 20 participants to our breakfast workshop on Change Management. However diverse their backgrounds may be, they share one major challenge in their organization: when there are a lot of people involved, how do you ensure that change sticks? And […]
Admit it. Trying to bring about change over several departments within a company is… well, erm, hard work. Because in many companies they suddenly appear: those “silos” or invisible boundaries in between departments. If you want to take them down, these 3 tips will take you further than any helmet or sledgehammer.