“Of course, I cannot say whether things will get better if they get different. But I can say this much: things must change if they are to get better!” – Georg Christoph Lichtenberg (1742 – 1799)
The situation is similar across industries – increasingly globalized markets are developing a dynamic complexity and digital transformation technologies and developments can suddenly question business models.
In order to master this combination of agility and process stability, a professional and holistic approach is required for targeted change in line with corporate strategy. This approach is called change management.
In order to carry out the transformation and to anchor the associated improvements and changes in the company on a sustainable basis, the framework conditions for a far-reaching change process in the organisation must be created in addition to the implementation measures. The aim is to make change as efficient as possible and to provide the people concerned with the appropriate information at an early stage and integrate it into the process.
For this purpose, existing structures and ways of thinking often have to be broken down and a change of perspective has to be brought about. Otherwise, the best concepts on paper will not achieve the desired implementation success.