Change Management

To compete in today’s evolving marketplace, companies need to be able to manage change effectively, efficiently and with precision. Businesses must take a comprehensive approach by considering account management, leadership, culture and personnel in order to succeed over the long term. As a result, change management must be fully integrated into program design and decision-making – and resources must be allocated accordingly.

SolomonEdwards works with clients to develop a realistic assessment of the organization’s history, readiness and capacity for change – and develop custom strategies to help clients achieve a desired future state. We understand the intricacy of change and work closely with clients to understand change, ensure effective program or project management, and incorporate integrated communications and training to ensure effective change and risk management.

Though there is no one-size-fits-all approach, we draw from a cache of best practices, tools and techniques that can be adapted to each scenario and situation to ensure successful outcomes.

Our Change Management services include:

  • Change impact analysis
  • Readiness assessments
  • Strategy development, including communication, training, coaching and transition management
  • Planning and execution 

When achieving the results of any effort depends on people changing their behavior or adopting a new solution, Change Management accelerates getting results. Change Management is a:

  • Structured approach to implementing the “people side of change”
  • Modeled by leaders at all levels
  • Builds “pull” for the changes, not “push”
  • Ensures that people and organizations are ready and willing to operate in the new business situation

Change Management enables affected audiences to move from the current business state to the new business state as efficiently and effectively as possible, by focusing on the following questions:

  1. What will be changing?
  2. Who will need to change?
  3. What will help them make these changes