Denver, CO (PRWEB) March 31, 2014
Emergent, a leader in business transformation and strategic change management, has recently published a white paper titled Blueprint for Building an Internal Change Management Capability. Organizations that invest in an internal change management capability set themselves apart from their peers. They are able to adapt to the constantly changing business environment more easily, adopt solutions more quickly, and realize project ROI sooner. Ultimately, it gives those organizations a competitive advantage.
"Companies want to be able to manage the continuous waves of change that are part of the new normal. But they wrestle with how to best design and implement an internal change management capability,” stated Jesse Jacoby, Founder and Managing Principal at Emergent. "They inherently get the importance of developing change competency in-house. We help by providing a blueprint for designing and implementing change capabilities that support a continued flow of strategic business initiatives," continued Jacoby.
The organizations that benefit most from an internal change management capability typically display a number of symptoms: a proliferation of change management methodologies and tools; change expertise fragmented across functional areas; under-resourced strategic initiatives; and multiple projects that lack a coordinated effort. These symptoms result in the ineffective application of change management and redundant activities, such as multiple communications and potentially confusing engagement initiatives with overlapping stakeholders.
The paper, titled Building an Internal Change Management Capability, can be found at http://www.emergentconsultants.com/thought-leadership/white-papers.shtml.
About Jesse Jacoby
The founder of Emergent, Mr. Jacoby is a recognized expert in business transformation, organizational change leadership, strategic communications, and stakeholder engagement. He works with Fortune 500 and mid-market companies across North America to deliver transformation and change initiatives including organizational restructurings, technology deployments, shared service implementations, process re-engineering efforts, and mergers.
Headquartered in Denver and serving clients across North America, Emergent provides business transformation and strategic change management solutions. Their specialty is implementing complex, high-stakes initiatives for Fortune 500 and mid-market companies. They serve as advisors, strategists, and "doers" for their clients.