Consultants at Changez.io specialise in resolving the type of management problem that can affect many different kinds of organisations.
We welcome clients from a range of sectors, operating a variety of business models including commercial, not for profit, government and third sector funding.
We consult on a range management issues including strategic direction, leadership, people and soft operational issues.
Our tools and techniques are based in systems theory and involve in-depth research and group activities that build unique insight into organisational issues.
Our clients find our recommendations impactful yet feasible coming as they do out of the insight we create plus our deep knowledge and experience of similar management issues. Challenge of implementation we aim to scale appropriately to the capabilities of their organisations.
If your organisation has an issue that needs to be resolved we'd love to hear. Please contact us for an initial evaluation.
The director of this charity is concerned that the present governance structure means that decisions are taken at the wrong level in the structure leading to bottlenecks and a management system that is painfully slow to react.
This government service is under public scrutiny for the way it operates and uses resources. The leadership are searching for a way to surface the norms that have hitherto been accepted and to communicate their desire to implement change
This department has identified that it fairly consistently fails to implement new initiatives despite committing resources to its projects. Staff are running hard but 'the system' appears to hold them at a stand still.
This service organisation has invested in lean training and activities but the approach has failed to produce the improvements that are needed and were hoped for.
This client has found that there is little appetite for change amongst the workforce. New technology, new ways of working and new ways of managing are dismissed as unimportant. Historically this organisation has made little investment and shown little interest in education and training.
This organisation has to change to reflect the changed priorities of its funding bodies. Should the changes be rolled out as one big bang of a change or should the changes be introduced incrementally?
Change has come in waves to this organisation over the years, but each one has been a painful and dislocating process. Management are looking for a better way that is less tough on its people and less expensive of resources
We have tools and techniques to resolve many different clients issues