CHANGE IS INEVITABLE

Change is constant and it’s all around us from; evolving technologies, the way that we now interact with people, to the way that we do business.Unless you’re living in a bubble, change is inevitable and for the most part, a business requirement in order to stay current and competitive. This paper is not in any way meant to dive into the specifics of every phase or facet of an end-to-end change management plan. It is only meant to provide some thought provoking high level points when thinking about how your company is looking at implementing an organization change management program.

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In the current economy, companies and governmental organizations are more scrupulous concerning the costs and use of outside consultants. While this news is hardly shocking, it contains a larger truth worthy of our attention: that business or management consultants have a duty—not just to themselves, but also to their clients—to chart a strategic course out of this global recession. Until such a blueprint emerges, the ongoing series of PowerPoint presentations and internal memos will hardly suffice as an action plan.


In a response to the article ‘Predicting 2012: Rapid implementation in focus’ by Michael Krigsman regarding technology implementation failures and vendor mitigation strategies, Novus Origo COO Olen Pepple posts insightful comments. http://bit.ly/zuXZmV

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