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Shifting business priorities is a constant and require increasing agility from organisations. An often-underestimated paramount success factor is people. That is where change management plays an important role. We support you and your organisation on the change journey. We help you maximise the adoption and usage of your key projects, we develop your lasting change ability and ultimately optimise your transformations' ROI.

We focus on results through people

We partner with you to design and implement results-focused Change Management strategies.

We leverage Prosci® solutions as the backbone of our approach to instil Change Management into the DNA of your organisation and make it a standard practice.


Gains are:


  • Projects have effective Change Management applied every time.
  • Leaders, managers and employees understand and effectively demonstrate their role in evolution.
  • People embrace, adopt and actively drive change.

Our approach combines a structured and tooled methodology by considering the emotional aspects of individuals and group dynamics.


Concretely, we offer:

Change Management Training Programs

Our role-based, research-backed training programs are designed to help you apply Change Management to your existing projects, so you can realize immediate benefits. These flexible programs feature pre-work, individual and group work, and post-course support via the eToolkit.

Consulting Services

Change management requires focus and effort.


On the surface, implementing new technology or changing work processes may seem pretty straightforward. But you know better. Things tend to get complicated whenever people are involved – and they always are.

Sometimes changes have ground-shaking impact on the people in your organisation, sometimes the changes are simple adjustments to the way you work.


Either way, we’ll be ready. We follow an internationally established and proven change management method that is holistic and takes the complexity of the change into account. This ensures that the change effort is focused and that the change is robust and lasting.

Here is how we do it:

  • 1. Together we make sure we understand the issuse

    Together with our customers we make sure we understand the issue.

    We assess what the change is about, who is impacted and how to implement the change successfully.

    To this end, our consultants have been using our Prosci® Methodology for over 10 years. It is thanks to this work, among other things, that the methodology has gained international recognition.



    Typically we start off with understanding the nature and the context of the change in close collaboration with our customers.

    We identify impacted stakeholders and relevant sponsors for the change. We identify training and communication needs for the change to be successful. All this is put into the overall change management plan.

  • 2. We develop the people to fulfil their role in the change

    We develop the people to fulfil their role in the change. Depending on the needs of the different roles involved in the change we design and develop relevant communication and training.


    Training can be delivered in different ways and formats depending on what is the most efficient. This could be by train-the-trainer to conduct traditional class-room training or eLearning.

  • 3. We manage the change together with you

    We manage the change together with you. We ensure that the change is implemented successfully in your organisation and with your customers. This is done according to the change management plan.


    Throughout the change process we measure if the change is happening as planned and adjust the change management plan if necessary.

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