Changes in processes, systems and technology require that jobs be structured and performed differently. To enable and sustain lasting change, rigorous attention to a formal change management effort is integral to any significant project a company undertakes.
KPMG can help equip your company to drive and sustain change through these key services:
Organization Risk and Readiness – A holistic diagnosis is conducted that assesses an organization’s risks in dealing with large-scale change. The diagnosis incorporates key elements of a sound change management strategy, including culture transformation, executive sponsorship, organization design factors and workforce implications.
Stakeholder Management and Strategic Communication – Identification of key influences and the design and execution of a systemic approach to communication that increases awareness, buy-in and ownership of the desired change.
Workforce Transition – Job impact analyses are conducted, and targeted workforce transition programs designed, so that the full life cycle of the change process is supported. We help you equip people significantly affected by change for new roles, implement processes to support them, and coordinate integration of talent management and training to prepare them for success in the new environment.
We also provide the following services:
KPMG’s e-Brainstorming® platform is a unique approach to quickly and efficiently collect input, ideas, feedback and hard data on key questions confronting an organization. e-Brainstorming® has helped our clients conduct strategic planning, generate and evaluate ideas, assess risk and solicit real-time feedback with a professional moderator guiding the discussion. Read more
U-Collaborate, which is embedded within a KPMG engagement, can help you tackle critical business issues such as creating a new target operating model or defining a new business process, through a facilitation approach that is a powerful enabler of alignment and decision making. Read more.
KPMG helps clients design customized, leading practice Learning and Development functions, corporate training strategies, content design, development, and learning measurement programs. Read more.