In the complex world of mergers, acquisitions, system integrations and global cultural differences, how does an organization change beliefs, values, attitudes and culture to ensure the most effective and efficient team integration? How do you bring 2 cultures together into 1 consolidated functional team. Does the planning start after the deal is done or during the due diligence process? Should the organization ‘go at it alone’ or bring in outside assistance?
Anyone who has ever tried to lead a significant change in an organization – organically or through an outside assistance – knows that you can spend time and money on financial and legal due diligence, calculate for positive ROI’s and focus on marketing plans and sales channels, yet still fail due to the “people” issues. Many organizations undervalue the role that the “people effect” have on change, assuming if they get everything else right, that people will follow.
Well, sometimes they do. But mostly they don’t. They resist change. Fear change. Even burn-out over change. Why? Lack of engagement, active participation by those who will be impacted, along with poor communication & planning.
Where do you turn to focus your team, your people, your culture…and trust that they know what they are doing?
Organizational Effectiveness ensures the alignment of vision, purpose, values and people to build cultures that engage people to be their best selves which leads to stronger organizational performance and results.
Employing strategies that are holistic, participative and dynamic allow to design processes that allow organizations to better innovate and adapt to change (changing technology, markets, M&A, future challenges, etc…)
Sounds great. Even trendy. Possibly intimidating. Definitely worth exploring.
Welcome to a new collaborative effort between 2 experienced organizations.
The Pillars, who’s knowledge and depth with OE has been, time and time again, proven by mandates of all size – small family businesses to large multinationals.
Pvisio by FL, borne out of the concept that professional services should inspire, compliment and be front and centre in a Professional Services Firm along with financial, tax and audit functions as an all-encompassing package from a one-stop service provider so that you and your team no longer have to explain, and re-explain, you needs to a multitude of professional experts. Pvisio, whose experience in HR, coaching and OD has long been a source of support and trust for the Montreal-area business community.