Managing the Human Side of Change to Achieve Your Goals
All projects include some form of change management. The questions are, who will do it, and how well will it get done?
Change is inevitable, but when you can adapt quickly, you will better protect market share, gain competitive advantage, and realize ROI by truly leveraging the dynamic tendencies of the market. We employ a structured change management approach for transitioning individuals, teams, and organizations to a more optimized future state. We can help your people understand, accept, adapt to, and integrate necessary changes to improve performance.
Our organizational change management (OCM) professionals apply broad-based business experience and expertise to drive user engagement and adoption of major change programs. We help you manage the transition process to ensure your team is ready, willing, and able to perform effectively in the new environment.
Your Digital Transformation Success Hinges on OCM
As your change agent, we can address organizational change across the spectrum of technical processes, program and project management, and individual, team and company-wide behaviors.
The goal of our OCM practice is to modify behavior for specified target groups. Much like people tend to handle changes to their environment in similar ways, organizations also respond to change in predictable patterns. Given such predictability, a systemic approach to change can serve as a vital map to navigate most organizational transitions, both large and small.
Managing the Human Elements of Change with Our Change Management Approach
Our change management methodology, founded on years of experience, consists of four unique and cumulative (and often iterative) phases of work. While it is intended to fit together sequentially to manage transitions and build long-term change capability for your business, we may also look at each phase independently for the incremental value each step provides.
Whether you're exploring system implementations, merger integrations, productivity and efficiency plays, or new market or product pursuits, we believe management of the human elements of change is critical to your business transformation. Without it, research shows your change management program is destined to achieve suboptimal levels of adoption, and a lower return on investment.
If the only constant in business today is change, then building strong change management capabilities can truly be a source of competitive differentiation for your business.
Meet Our Chief Strategist David Chapman
David lChapman leads Perficient's Organizational Change Management practice and is an expert in the Prosci change management methodology. He has more than 20 years of experience driving change management programs across a variety of industries.
He recently received his Certified Change Management Practitioner (CCMP) designation, one of the first 250 in the world to receive this certification.