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Change Management has become a consulting industry in it’s own right, with complex models and processes, binders full of templates, and all the fees that go along with it.  We don’t believe it should be that way.  Change management should live as part of the business planning process, led and executed by managers close to the business.  To help them in that endeavor, we’ve put together simple to use tools based on simple concepts.  It’s worked at multinational companies, and in operations as small as 100 employees – and most of the time people weren’t even aware they were part of “change management” at all.  Instead, they felt they were making progress against goals they wanted to achieve.   That’s how “change management” should be.

Manage Change Without All the Fuss