Systemic Improvement makes changes to the structure and management processes of the organisation in order to facilitate and realise the benefits of operational improvement. These changes are often more complex than the more common operational improvement projects and involve systemic changes to the way the business thinks and manages key activities. These change initiatives either significantly improve the maturity of the current business model or establish a platform for subsequent or ongoing transformation.
Our Melbourne based change management service specialists work in conjunction with businesses across Australasia to implement real systemic and structural changes to their operations, enabling them to harvest the benefits of identified operational improvements.
Engaging your business to achieve positive change
These changes are often more complex than the more common operational improvement projects and involve systemic changes to the way the business thinks and manages key activities. This is why it is invaluable to employ our experienced program and project management services to help facilitate the process from beginning to end.
Initiatives performed in this phase of activity either significantly improve the maturity of the current business model, or establish a platform for subsequent and ongoing transformation as your business moves towards a desired future position.
Capabilities and methods include:
- Executive Engagement
- Workshop Facilitation
- Organisational Systems Modeling
- Designing and Embedding Governance Structures
- Establishing Program Management capabilities
- Enterprise Architecture [EA]
- Business Excellence [BE]
- Future State Design
Our thoughts on sustaining change…
“The sustainability of any process improvement (project) is dependent on the capability of the business (strategy, people, process and tools) to manage its processes. It is no use improving something if we cannot manage to sustain the improvement.”
Imre Hegedus, “BPM – Insights and Practices for Sustained Transformation” (2008)