Change implementation has become a strategic business capacity for organizations, but there are still too many failed attempts at making those changes, from 40% to 70% depending on the sources.

A survey conducted by Prosci, in 2015 revealed 7 success factors for implementing a change. The survey confirmed that E3’s change management approach is a true change enabler because it’s built around those 7 success factors:

1 – Active, visible sponsorship

Our professionals coach your leaders with their change management activities. We give you a governance structure that defines your leaders’ roles and responsibilities, along with decision making forums.

2 – Structured change management approach

Our approach is structured around our experience and tailored to your reality and the context of your project, thus making it easier to realize the benefits you’re pursuing.

3 – Dedicated change management resources

We offer you a project team structure that gets your resources involved at the right time and with the right effort. Knowledge transfer during the delivery of our services ensures that your resources benefit from our support over the long term.

4 - Integration with project management

Your overall project plan is the foundation on which our change management plan is built.

5 – Employee commitment and participation

Your employees are involved in several activities (definition and validation workshops, communication events, training, etc.) to ensure a common understanding and increase employee buy-in.

6 – Frequent and transparent communication

Our communication plans take into consideration your communication channels and methods. We propose activities that help your employees broaden their understanding of the change as the project moves forward.

7 – Commitment of middle managers

Our change management professionals coach and train your managers so they are able to manage their ongoing operations while helping mobilize their employees.

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