Stratix Consulting pursues an underlying philosophy that we nurture and employ in our change management methodology. Firstly, our structured approach appreciates that often the biggest challenges are found in the detail and so, no aspect can be over-looked in the change management process. Secondly, we appreciate that the people in the organisation are integral to enabling change.

Too often organisations implement projects without giving significant thought to the impact on individuals, the messages they interpret, and the importance of their adoption into the change process. At Stratix, we believe that change can only be truly successful if the organisations’ people are engaged throughout the journey.
The Stratix Consulting utilises a flexible approach that can be adjusted to each organisation, depending on the client’s circumstances and the specific needs it has. That being noted, each pillar in its offering includes the following:

 

Project Management

1. An understanding of the project’s objective and how its success will be reflected.

2. The identification of workstreams with accountable agents assigned.

3. The identification and ongoing management of key actions, timelines, dependencies and risks.

4. Support in the form of operating process review and redesign can be provided.

 

Cultural Enablement

5. The mapping of the extent to which the organisation is changing culturally, and the development of a change management plan that engages employees throughout the process.

6. Revision of key ‘people-orientated’ enablers, such as performance management, talent management, and living the values and culture, in context of the change.

7. The provision of ongoing support with change management to the extent that the organisation requests.

 

Research on Emerging Trends

8. The development of an extensive qualitative research report on the organisation’s environment, which may influence the implementation of strategy and the management of change. Factors that may be covered include politics, the economy, social dynamics, industry developments, technological innovation, and regulation.