Does every Change need a Process?
All organizations are in continuous change. ‘Change processes’ is a term familiar to almost all employees – and, for many, it’s a horror. Change processes – as perceived by many employees – are top-down projects that sound great but ultimately do little. In the worst-case scenario, they require a lot of work but barely have any recognizable added value for the individual. Change projects are often the cause of frustration, resignation and a disconnected feeling: “Every year a new topic comes up – and, in the end, it makes no difference to me.” As important as continuous change and development are for a future-oriented company, an active and, above all, sustainable design involving the workforce can be just as challenging.
How do you shape Change – and leave no one behind?
The good news is that there are countless employees in every company who want change: a large number of colleagues who are challenging the status quo, dissatisfied with certain processes, and, for once, would see a change very positively – if they were included. What is missing are spaces in which employees can actively help to shape change and, accordingly, also contribute differently.
A software for Change – without the Process.
For a change that really alters and improves something, it needs commitment and initiative from the middle of the organization; it needs the drive from the workforce and the feeling: “We are contributing!” It requires spaces in which the great changes of our time can be experienced: above all, digitalization and the associated opening up of organizational structures, work processes and innovation processes.
Our software helps your organizations change at their own pace and from the inside – together with the employees.
Change Management – Bottom-up!
These Tandemploy SaaS modules are ideally suited to initiate a sustainable change – and to shape it together with your employees:
Change Management in our Blog
Read more about change management on our blog, where we regularly write, report and interview about new forms of work and organization.