– all objectives including institutional, technical, and human - are fully implemented and embedded in the institution.
Organizational Change Management (OCM) requires leading and engaging people. IpX's functional approach and OCM activities are organized and defined as Leadership for Change. Your OCM needs must be part of the larger program and like any other project, will have an objective, deliverables, a project team, a project manager, and a project plan. The objective of this set of deliverables is to support the organization at all required levels to proactively engage and lead the organization's calibration journey.
|Building a high-performance team
||Aligning expectations of change
|Consolidate improvements & produce more change
||Implementing new approaches to recognition and reward
|Clarifying expected changes
|Institutionalizing new approaches
||Building an Engagement Network
|Communicating about change
||Managing change activities
Drawing from IpX’s experience, we believe breakthrough business process improvement outcomes are achieved by holistically addressing People, Processes, and Systems. Technology enables process change, but desirable business improvement outcomes cannot be achieved without organizational changes also. Ultimately, people must be inspired, empowered, and engaged.
Critical Success Factors
- Compelling case for action and organizational alignment with senior and key stakeholders
- In-depth understanding of organizational goals and vision, industry best practices, and gaps/issues
- Identifying and engaging the right leaders
IpX focuses on end-to-end enterprise-wide sustainable transformations which yield functional business improvements.
Case for Action
IpX's Process Action Plan crisply defines the OCM project in terms of value, scope, and transformational impact.
In addition, the deliverables will identify the resources, effort and investment required to capture the opportunities revealed, close process gaps and deliver measurable improvement to your business.
The project culminates with an Executive Summary Report of the current processes, procedures, gaps, and alignments between the client sites.
In conjunction with the Executive Summary, IpX will provide an
executable Action Plan that is based on a tailored adoption of industry best practices standard CM2-500.
The Action Plan includes recommended pre-requisites to ensure a smooth transition while achieving quick-wins.
IpX program and project management methodologies are adept at managing Waterfall, SCRUM, Agile, SAFe, and many other vendor utilized systems. Often
methodologies like Scrum, Agile and SAFe require client team adoption, training, and alignment. IpX however ensures the vendor methodologies integrate, communicate and deliver efficiently while adhering the CM2 enterprise business model. We lead our industry partners through the development of a Program Management structure and set of standards sufficient for multi-year large scale transformation.
The objective of this set of deliverables is to ensure a solid foundation for the discipline of program & project management is in place to enable success with large-scale systems integrations & workflow/process rollouts.
Additionally, the standardization results in increased business intelligence such as:
- resource loading
- more accurate project estimation (cost and schedule)
- risk analysis & reporting (up front and continuously throughout projects)
- consistent governance and reporting
- scope change control
- adoption and on-boarding of new Project and Program managers