Org Change are a team of management consultants that helps organisations, just like yours, improve performance and create long-term sustainability in a world that is continually changing. Based in Brisbane with associates around Australia, Org Change specialise in strategy formulation and strategic change implementation.
Each of our Org Change consultants has extensive real-world experience underpinned by deep and continuing academic research. Combined these enable us to bring current, rigorous, evidence-based and actionable approaches to every client situation. Our capabilities mean we can design interventions that meet the unique needs of the client's situation, and which achieve the intended outcome. And, while our academic pedigree is strong, we are practical and real-world oriented, maintaining a focus on the client's needs and a bias for action.
We believe these characteristics create real value, enabling us to work quickly and effectively in helping you achieve your goal.Read more about us
Public Workshops and Events
Run in conjunction with Kaya Consulting, this free Scenarios in a VUCA World breakfast event will introduce attendees to scenario planning. Scenarios are an excellent way to undertake strategic planning in uncertain times and so are particularly relevant given our current macro conditions. There is more information about this event here and a good introductory article here.
Join Bob Dick and Tim Paul for two days in October 2017, and learn the essential organisational diagnosis skills of eliciting and interpreting organisational data that will help make your next change project a success. Details about this event can be found here.
I opened a scenario workshop recently by suggesting there were at least two ways to do strategic planning (and, of course, there are more). One approach extrapolates a line of regression beyond the current time period (this year for example) forward into the future. With this approach a steady trajectory of growth is forecast with […]
Anybody who has stopped to think about how they drive a car today will recognise that it’s a lot easier than it was when they first started out. In those early days, we really had to think about every little thing. About checking the mirror, using turning indicators, monitoring our speed relative to speed limits. […]
Imagine an organisation in which everyone works together, collaboratively and enthusiastically, to achieve a common and worthwhile goal. Ultimately that’s one key purpose, perhaps the key purpose, of organisations — to coordinate effort and expertise to achieve a common purpose. Imagine an organisation where the efforts of every person contribute to the same (or compatible) […]
In part one I asked the difficult question, ‘How do we determine success when investing in organisational change?’ I ask because this question does not seem to be at the fore of decisions about which change approach to take. Perhaps it should be. In this, the second in the series, I frame success by asking […]