Change management focuses on people, and it is about ensuring any change is thoroughly, smoothly and lastingly implemented in an organisation. It provides conceptual scaffolding for employees, the process, and also for the organisation implementing the change. In today’s rapidly changing market dynamics, proactive management of change to optimise future adaptability is a more creative way of dealing with the dynamism of industrial transformation. Organisational change management also requires an emphasis on planning and employee training. Most of the changes that businesses encounter today involve new technologies or communication systems. Project managers need to ensure that employees are continually trained in any new technologies that will be required to use for their business to remain current with modern industry practices.
Change at the structural level of a company may often lead to the creation of new departments or teams that focus on new business priorities. In most cases, change may require the consolidation or elimination of existing departments. In either case, the workforce has to face the prospect of significant disruption of their work responsibilities. To address this issue, organisational change managers must focus on the ways that enable restructuring without encouraging excess stress on employees.
This edition of HR Tech Outlook features companies such as Faculta, Tamahris and MenschWert Consulting that are at the forefront in offering agile change management services. HR Tech Outlook’s editorial board has assessed and shortlisted some of the most prominent organisations in the industry that solve challenges by implementing the current trends in the space. Through this special edition, we present to you Top 10 Change Management Service Providers in Europe 2019.