“A problem well defined is a problem half solved”
While failed change programs are less often reported than those succeeding, our compare – contrast research highlights and organizes the synergies of success factors that underpin our Successful Change model and strategy.
Our Strategy to Create high-ROI Capacity
Our Successful Change formula & diagnostic model > strategy > results
Our strategic formula for creating high-ROI corporate capacity provides focus:
Our Vital Corporation diagnostic model then focuses our work on these key drivers of successful change:
Our strategy in overview
Our Making Change Successful, not Stressful™ strategy gives top priority to ensuring that each of these three capacity cornerstones will actively support the organization’s successful change.
(1) “Can Do – Will Do” staff: Individual staff have motivating insights & skills for creating their best possible personal success by contributing to making the changes work as planned.
(2) “Let’s Make It Work” team culture: Team grows its ability to create success on a win-win basis. Team KPI successes are experienced as a “fair” two-way street … energized by and also supporting personal career success. “As my team succeeds, I succeed.”
(3) Sustainable corporate capacity grows as staff’s personal wins and their team’s KPI successes continue to reinforce each other. Productive wellbeing becomes part of the team’s DNA.
Our strategic results: Capacity for high-ROI change
Our interventions create win-win alignment of the C-suite’s top five indicators of a change-ready workforce with capacity drivers in front line staff and teams. Our clients’ pre/post improvements in their capacity-for-change include:
How our “Making Change Successful, not Stressful” strategy has empowered such high-ROI results for a range of corporately critical projects** was our focus in a recent webinar we prepared for the Project Management Institute. This 45-minute mp4 recording is Here
** Case study projects cited include ERP, Refineries, Airlines and a Telco.