Change Management

Getting more done with less effort – answering key questions consistently

How do you define the borders of the business and the approach to cooperation?

How can you best define the role of corporate functions, the competence centre and central services?

What do customer-oriented, agile and robust functions and processes in the units operating close to the markets look like?

How can those managers responsible recognise and actively manage resistance in the change process in good time?

Which roadmaps and key projects and measures are derived from the strategy cascade from corporate level down to product/service group level?

How are structural adaptations resulting from strategic decisions identified and applied at the structural and process level with the appropriate reorganizational measures?

What changes are necessary in the corporate and management culture to enable the planned change to become reality on a permanent basis?

Benefits of Change Management

  • Integration

    The organisation is able to integrate new market and customer issues that arise flexibly within the context of Business Development and integrate them promptly into the structure.
  • Growth targets

    The organisation is in a position to implement growth targets and to resize the business.
  • Processes

    The structures and processes are customer-centred in accordance with the strategy.
  • Adaptability

    You anchor the adaptability and agility of your company.
  • Strategic awareness

    You increase strategic awareness and ability to learn in your organisation.
  • Business Model

    You safeguard the business model and the long-term success position in the market via systematic organisation together with implementation of the required change processes.

Procedures and Approaches

  • Structure follows Strategy
  • Leading Change
  • Strategic Personnel Management

Programmes for reorganisation and process optimisation

  • Organisational Structure: Identification and design of structures that conform with strategy
  • Restructuring: Development and break-up of business units, central services and international subsidiaries
  • Legal form: Support with selecting a suitable legal form when reorganising business activities
  • Process maps: Specification and optimisation of customer and value-creation processes which are critical for success

Leading change – culturally aware management

  • Design and support with cultural development programmes
  • Post-merger integration
  • Training concepts for managers and their role in change processes

Management of strategic personnel resources

Clarification of the quantitative and qualitative management requirement including the competency profiles needed.

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