Welcome to Org Change
Org Change helps organisations, just like yours, achieve impact and create sustainable value – faster.
Global innovation, shifting stakeholder expectations and shrewd competitors demand persistent attention and astute decisions. In the process, organisations wrestle with the tension between short and long-term outcomes; between change and continuity. At Org Change, we don't just help our clients achieve the objectives of their investment in change, we help them build an enduring organisation.
To achieve that, we have redefined change, combining analytical thinking with social science. Our approach draws on groundbreaking theory to harness the dynamics of your organisation, rather than exhaust resources fighting against them. We help build capability that serves the current and future strategy. And, when it is time to change, we work with you to achieve the desired outcomes.
Our approach draws on hundreds of change projects, decades of experience, and ongoing rigorous research. It has helped clients in for profit, government, and not-for profit organisations, in diverse sectors globally. It is flexible, and builds on strengths already present. We are sure it can help your organisation too.Make an inquiry now
Public Workshops and Events
Join Bob Dick and Tim Paul for two days in 2018, and learn the essential organisational diagnosis skills of eliciting and interpreting organisational data that will help make your next change project a success. Register your interest for this event here.
Last month I suggested that organisations should continue to draw on their existing planning, budgeting and strategy processes for insights. This is because these provide an array of data that is both valuable and actionable. For example, organisations with sales and marketing teams collect real time and forecast data from their customers that is helpful […]
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) […]