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Change Management is not a program with a completion date!

Change doesn’t come when employees inside the organization are told to do something new or different. Behaviors do not change as a result of the latest training session or the mission statement that hangs on the wall.

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Know the value of Change Management

Who are you striving to be and what is the road to success? Whether it is a Lean Program, an ERP Implementation, or some other Continuous Improvement initiative, effective change management is necessary. When properly executed, it provides the basis on which a company can redefine its culture and set forth the foundation that allows it to become a strong, profitable, and scalable business with a clear path to excellence.

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Don’t “go it” alone

Less than 20% of those seeking sustainable change succeed. Reaching out to a trusted business improvement partner to realize their full potential has become a natural response for many North American businesses. Engaging with a professional organization that has a proven track record increases the success factor to over 60%.

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Employee involvement is essential

Sustainment begins when employees inside the organization begin doing “something different” and understanding how it is improving both their working environment and the company’s overall performance.

Foster real change with sustainable initiatives

Change must be ongoing and sustainable to succeed. It only takes hold  when employees continue to do “something different” over time while consistently looking for new improvements. Achieving a culture change within an organization involves deliberate, intentional steps that start an honest assessment of the current operations and culture. They include:

  • Development of baseline conditions and data
  • Outlining the company’s core competencies to support the desired culture
  • Having a clear, well documented vision of the desired state
  • Determining the decision making process – why change, what to change, who’s involved, and how to do it
  • Understanding the need for Structure, Policy, Process, Business Systems, and the strong link between each
  • Delivery of consistent messages throughout the organization
  • Encouraging and rewarding desired behaviors and outcomes

Leading Successful Change Initiatives

During our 20-plus years of experience, we have learned a lot from the successes and failures of manufacturing companies attempting to implement small and large-scale change initiatives without the support of an external facilitator. Download this Guide to the Top 10 biggest lesson’s we have learned that Enable Successful Change Initiatives.

A strong change framework yields positive results.
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Engaged employees

Employee engagement leads to motivated workers with higher levels of satisfaction.

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Happier employees

Employee satisfaction leads to higher enthusiasm in their role, and decreased turnover.

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Better retention rate

Employee retention and enthusiasm lead to increased efficiencies and productivity.

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Productive employees

Increased efficiencies and productivity lead to higher profit and a stable employee working environment.

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Higher customer satisfaction

When employees are engaged in their work, projects are completed on time. This makes for happier, more loyal customers and long-term business.

Why Our Customers Refer Us.
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WM Synergy offered by far the best option to us because of their implementation methodology. We didn’t just need to find a software solution to fit our business, we knew that we needed to change how we ran the business.

Jon Maxcy, President
Knox Machine
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Our flow is so balanced that we don’t expedite material anymore. The change was so quick and dramatic that one of our larger suppliers made a special trip to see us. Because suddenly we had stopped our constant expediting and emergency shipments, they thought we had engaged another supplier, even though we were buying as much or more from them as we ever had.

Mark A. Glaude, Materials Manager