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Planning and Implementation Methods

Discover how agile methods and structured project management work together to shape change.

In today’s business world, change is inevitable. The key to sustainable success lies in actively shaping this change—and that’s precisely the role of Change Management Consulting . Agile techniques and traditional methods work hand in hand to help companies manage change.

Design Thinking and Design Sprint are methodologies that aid in developing creative solutions to problems. They promote an environment where ideas can flow freely and rely on quick, iterative learning cycles. Similarly, the Google Sprint is an intensive, one-week design method designed to produce rapid results.

A Change Management Plan provides a clear structure for change, while a Communication Plan ensures that all stakeholders are informed and understand the direction of the change. The Balanced Scorecard allows viewing the company’s performance from various perspectives, providing a solid basis for decision-making.

To structure work and create transparency, Trello Boards or Kanban Boards are often used. The method of Goal Setting or OKRs (Objectives and Key Results) sets clear goals and measures progress. Roadmaps offer a visual overview of all activities and planned development.

However, before any planning can begin, it is crucial to gather information. Methods like the Empathy Map or Interviews help to understand the needs and challenges of the stakeholders. Special Analyses, such as a cultural analysis, allow exploring the existing structures and norms within the company.

Finally, change models also play a vital role. Models like ADKAR, Kotter, Kurt Lewin, or Krüger (5 Phases) provide a framework for Change Management to follow. They assist in breaking down the change into manageable phases, thus systematically steering the process.

In planning, the client, who benefits from the change, must always be the focal point.
A blend of agile and traditional methods - In summary, a blend of agile and traditional methods, supported by effective communication and information tools, represents the key to successful Change Management Consulting . Employing the right methods enables not only managing change but also leveraging it as an opportunity for growth and innovation.

Additional Methods for Your Change Management

To assist you in the change management consulting process and make the changes tangible for you, we use various methods.

We rely on a holistic change architecture that includes analysis and diagnostic methods, planning and implementation methods, interaction and participation methods, as well as training methods. Our goal is to successfully implement changes with our clients and prepare their employees for these changes.

Analysis and Diagnostic Methods

Where are we? Analysis and diagnostic methods paving the way for successful change!

Interaction Methods

Discover how interaction methods shape change in organizations, alleviate fears, and foster communication.

Training Methods

Carry out successful change management: Accompany change with knowledge transfer and training approaches.

Visualization Methods

Dive into the visual design of change: Boosting engagement and optimizing change management.