The goal is to establish participation
Changing a way of working, in whole or in part, is one of the most difficult challenges an organisation can face, but at the same time one of the most necessary to survive in the marketplace.
The driving force behind change is often the desire to create a more competitive product by working more efficiently, simpler and safer. With such positive changes, can anyone really object? In reality, we know that it is not that simple.
Organisations consist of people who all have their own and highly personal perceptions of how things can or should be done. If these do not agree with what is proposed, the risk is great that no change will be made. For this reason, our method requires the participation of those who are affected by changes in making decisions and in gaining the backing of the organisation. Work with change continues only as long as management is active and encourages change.