“Organizational change management is about creating a sustained change in behaviour that enables us to realize our return on investment in change.” -Tom Morin
What is a successful organizational change project?
The software was running, the policy was published, and the teams were restructured, but people didn’t change the way they worked; has this happened to you? Successful organizational change requires us to go beyond project delivery by creating a sustained change in behaviour, so we can realize our return on investment in change.
Why hire Tom Morin for change management?
Tom Morin is an experienced and recognized expert in strategic change management. As a leader in large corporations for over two decades, and as an independent consultant, Tom has successfully managed organizational change projects in
- facility operations
- workforce engagement
- occupational health and safety
- information technology
- process automation
- regulatory compliance
Tom Morin is certified in Prosci change methodology, and has presented at conferences as an expert on Kotter’s 8 Step Process and the Change Leader’s Roadmap. He has also taught organizational change management at Mount Royal University and the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology. Clients hire Tom because he delivers practical and effective change management strategies and plans.
How does Tom Morin work with you on change management?
Tom Morin helps his clients develop, plan, and implement strategic change initiatives, and create customized change management processes. Tom works directly with you, your leaders, technical specialists, project managers, and entire project teams, to identify opportunities, clarify objectives and develop and implement comprehensive and practical plans for successful and sustainable change.
Tom can also lead your strategic organizational change projects from beginning to their successful completion, while building change management skills and knowledge in your teams and leaders.
Tom provides full-cycle organizational development and change management that includes
- identifying what needs to change, how, and when
- defining success and getting buy-in from your leaders, peers, and your workforce
- developing and leading practical and effective project plans
- supporting and training your workforce to lead and manage sustainable organizational change
For more information about working with Tom on change management, please contact him directly or . . .