Managing Change

Change Readiness Assessment

Shifting a culture requires a delicate, systematic, and well-planned approach to avoid failure and effect positive change.

Kyanite can help guide your organisation through the necessary transition, ensuring you are ready for change are prepared to lead the change and are able to validate that change has occurred.

Change Readiness Assessment

A Change Readiness Assessment determines an organisation’s readiness to deliver, to receive and to effectively implement transformational change. Information on attitudes and behaviours gathered during stakeholder interviews and surveys will identify areas of concern and barriers likely to be encountered during the change process and timeline.

Change Management Action Plan

A Change Management Action Plan defines the transition path from the old way of doing business to the new. For each area of concern identified in the Change Readiness Assessment, Kyanite works collaboratively with client stakeholders to develop specific action steps to help mitigate the impact of the change management issues. These actions are designed to help overcome resistance, reduce the impact of past history, and convey a shared vision for acceptance into the business culture. Documented communication strategies are essential to ensure that stakeholders are receiving critical pieces of information at the right intervals.

Change Monitoring & Reinforcement

Change Monitoring & Reinforcement activities are essential to validate the change has been accepted and put into practice. To monitor change progress, Kyanite can help you perform periodic reviews of the change initiatives identified in the Change Management Action Plan to confirm the transition is moving along as planned. If these reviews indicate something is going awry, it serves as a trigger to immediately initiate actions required to address the issues so change efforts do not falter. Our change reinforcement services support cultural acceptance and include mentoring, coaching, workshops, and training.

“It is not the strongest or the most intelligent who will survive but those who can best manage change.”

Charles Darwin

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