“If you do what you did, you get what you got.”
Change is easy.
Organisations usually realise that if they want to reach their (new) ambitious goals, their current way of working, team setup and/or processes won’t give them the needed result. A change in their organisation is needed.
Change is hard.
What that exact change should be, can be unclear. Strategic goals can be simple, but what that looks like operationally can be complex. What the best Way of Working should be, how teams and team-members should work together and which processes are instrumental to both is complicated. Implementing change in these three is complex, the result is unpredictable.
Change is NOT impossible.
I hear people say that you cannot really change organisations. They are too big, they don’t have the right people in the right positions, it’s too complex, etc. and so on. I don’t agree. I see change everywhere. It starts small and it takes small steps, but in the end organisations do change.
If you agree with the idea that change is complex, the approach to implementing change should embrace that. This means ambitious goals, small steps and short feedback loops to make sure you can adjust the plan where and when needed.
- Get the goals, problems, ambitions etc. clear
- Combine best of bread Way’s of Working team setup’s and processes to suit your organisation
- Implement with small steps and feedback loops
- Most importantly: Adapt
If your are interested, I can help in all four steps, both on strategic and on operational level. I coach organisations, teams and individuals with change in way’s of working, team setups and processes. I combine best of bread frameworks with an Agile mindset including: Scrum, DevOps, KanBan, Cynefin, ITIL, Prince II, Agile Project Management, SAFe, LeSS, Nexus, RATIO, HBDI.
- Change manager
- Transformation / Transition manager
- Agile Coach
- <insert the name your organisation uses, here>
Let’s talk and contact me.