WHAT WE DO IN THE CHANGE PROCESS

Together with the strategic leadership, we will clarify the framework conditions and basis for the notified change process. Work is then done on realignment with the strategic guidelines within the individual project teams. The answer to the most important central questions for each project team defines the master plan for the change process in the financial statement.

1. Strategic framework conditions and foundations give orientation for the change process.

 

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2. Processing dimensions of change in individual project teams results in realignment.

 

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3. Answer to the central questions defines the master plan.

 

Processes

Change of existing 

  • processes (goals, measurement criteria, 

  • Input /output, activities, 

  • interfaces, clients)

  • Regulations

  • Quality criteria

Project management

Change of the existing

  • project organisation

  • Project planning and management

  • Project methods and tools

Management

  • Cessation / development of management levels

  • Changes to competences 

  • committees, decision-making paths

  • Leadership scope

Organisation

  • Changed area of responsibility 
    (Roles)

  • Changed competences 
    and (direct) reports

  • (De-)centralisation /sourcing 
    Change to groups, departments,
    employee assignments

Governance

Change in

  • planning of projects

  • Cost and control

  • Forms of cooperation

  • Quality management and risk management

  • Use of resources

Human Resources

  • New, extended capabilities

  • New ways of behaviour / attitudes

  • Changes to the scope of decision-making

Technology / Infrastructure

  • Change to existing systems (cessation, introduction, adjustment)

  • Equipment

  • Change in premises

Cultural Change

Change in the

  • Working method (innovative, flexible, improvising versus...)

  • Forms of cooperation (partnership, hierarchy, team-oriented)

Communications

  • Change to the provision of information and 
    communication channels

  • Changed public appearance