Your people should be engaged and focused in all transformation projects

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It is challenging enough to ensure that your staff is focused and collaborating when working remotely, it’s even more challenging to get them involved in change or transformation efforts.  Imagine your employee’s eyes rolling when you ask them to take on more work because of the recent disruption AND participate in implementing change. 

Just Ask and Include People

A great strategy is to reach out to your people, have them identify what they would change, why, and how it would help the organization AND the customer.  People already know what is broken, employees may even know it better than managers. 

Employees know where workarounds exist, why customers are not happy, and how to create better relationships with external partners.  All you need to do is ask and provide a bit of support; be that in terms of time, a small budget, and/or online training on how to design a better process.

Virtual Workforce and Transformation

Recently, at a medical device manufacturer, we created a virtual space that provided the entire team access to all projects, plans, timelines, and a safe virtual chat space.  We did not consume time with ineffective meetings, instead, we communicated to both the team and the entire workforce using virtual messaging from leadership, bosses, and to customers. 

By implementing the transformation, the company ran more efficiently, and value was added to the customer experience.  If you want to learn more about specific tools and templates to give your employees to help transform your workplace, click here.

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Evolving Business to Optimum – The goal of this paper is to help show you how you can begin to bring various transformations and projects together to build capability and deliver optimization.

Force-Field Analysis – A Force Field Analysis is based on a model for thinking about change as proposed by Kurt Lewin, who saw behavior in an institutional setting not as a static habit or pattern but as a dynamic balance of forces working in opposite directions.

Re-Establish Employee Commitment – A successful leader should establish employee commitment, this course was designed to show you how.

We offer tools and resources to help transform your organization and career on your journey to success. It’s time to take change head-on rather than waiting around, scared or uncertain for your organization and future.  You cannot live in fear.  Your organization needs your help right now and will greatly reward this kind of thinking.

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