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Change Management

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Organizations are facing unprecedented levels of change. While the need to lead effective change is growing, so too is change fatigue. We get it, change is hard. Luckily, it’s a challenge we enjoy tackling.

What we do

We make your change programs succeed.

As the leading project management consulting company, MI-GSO | PCUBED focuses on the people aspect of organizational change, creating the right environment to allow transformation through.
We make sure you see value from all your hard work.

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Change Readiness / Impact Assessment

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Communications
Strategy / Plan

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Stakeholder
Analysis

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Change
Agent Network

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Behavorial
Assessment

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Stakeholder Assurance Assessment

Our approach

Our three phased Change Management Model is seamlessly integrated with our own Program Management Transformation Model. All change activities are tailored to the organization’s specific requirements, aimed at driving adoption, enhancing delivery performance and embedding lasting change.

Build Change Foundation

Engage leadership to identify and define clear case for change, exciting the wider team to build commitment and engagement around an envisioned future state.

Manage the Change

Enable change by removing barriers and inefficient ways of working, establishing aligned structures to successfully execute change cycles, adapting as appropriate to deliver early and often wins.

Sustain the Change

Evaluate effectiveness of change tactics, making adjustments to evolve stakeholder learning to reinforce and embed desired behaviors, ensuring ongoing independent delivery.

"We tailor our tools to each and every client, because every single person in the organisation have to feel that change is being catering for them specifically."
James Lewis
Head of Change Management
@ MI-GSO | PCUBED UK

Interested by our Approach?

Best stakeholder management I have seen in a long time. Great effort towards understanding our business well.
Sven Wittchen
Head of PMO @ Icon Water

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