First we fought it, now We like change.
Are we crazy?

"There is nothing permanent except change." — Heraclitus

Yet many people resist change and it can be a painful experience to change the status quo in an organisation. It is much harder if not impossible to swim against the current. Achieving change in an organization requires hard work, a systematic approach and a relentless commitment to include people and their thoughts in the process.

“Change management is a systematic approach to dealing with the transition or transformation of an organization's goals, processes or technologies. The purpose of change management is to implement strategies for effecting change, controlling change and helping people to adapt to change.” - according to TechTarget.

In a smaller organisation learning about change and demonstrating a culture embracing change is a must for survival. Even if you are willing to build your own tradition and do things you always did the externalities will push you to think again. Just think about the last five years. Unexpected and unimaginable events happened like a global pandemic, a war in Europe or inflation not seen in decades. We have the tools to be better prepared and manage change more comfortably. You might become one like us and start liking change after all. 

In a larger organisation identifying the real influential people will help you use your human resources organically and eventually gain the support of your entire workforce for development programs. Mobilizers enable you to reach your project goals faster and make a smooth transition, while also decreasing the risk of failing with your change initiative.
I am sure your strategy is prepared for change. We can help you implement the strategy much more efficiently.