Our consulting team partners with you through organizational change
When your company needs to change to keep up with a challenging business environment, e-VANS can help you through the process. Our senior business professionals can assist with a range of change initiatives including strategic planning, Business Process Reengineering (BPR), Continuous Improvement (CI), benchmarking, performance metrics, process mapping and balanced scorecards.
Based on 40+ years of management consulting experience across many industries, we have developed the following e-VANS Change Management Methodology to identify and implement organizational change:
During the mobilization phase, the project manager and team members are selected, approvals are obtained, and the project is initiated with the Project Charter.
The Project Charter then feeds into the project planning to solidify the project scope, budget, and schedule.
During the mobilization phase the Change Management – Human Resources Plan and Communication Plan are initiated
Present Mode of Operation (PMO) activities are summarized through process mapping and documented in a report that is presented to the executive sponsor and/or the steering committee for sign-off and strategic guidance
Two types of benchmarking are used to identify best in class:
(1) Performance Benchmarking compares operational measures against a similar peer group
(2) Process Benchmarking determines how the process is performed and what makes the process work
The Future Mode of Operation (FMO) envisions and maps the new process, develops a measurement framework, and identifies improvement opportunities
The Implementation Plan outlines the steps necessary to transform the process from the existing state (PMO) to the desired state (FMO)
e-VANS experts will partner with you to implement the organizational change
In parallel to the change initiative, a Human Resources plan identifies the people requirements of the project
In parallel to the change initiative, a Communications Plan outlines the ongoing communication of the initiative within the organization