Implementing Change

A business cannot be ‘endlessly managed’ replicating yesterday’s practices to achieve success. Market conditions constantly change and yesterday’s assumptions and practices quickly start to no longer work. There must be constant innovation, if you want to be ahead of the game, and this means change.

At FENCI we can help organisations introduce, implement and manage change. We normally introduce and drive the change- selling the idea to employees- and training internal champions who can take the baton from us once we’ve implemented the change. 

Our approach normally involves the following: Helping the organisation establish a sense of urgency, identifying champions to lead the change, help create a vision, help communicate internally the change, start to implement the change, learn from the implementation process itself (& make corrections) and finally institutionalise the change and new way of doing things. 

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