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The structured process of identifying needed changes (diagnostic), then building a structured implementation plan, while identifying the impacts on people, processes, and organisations required to imbed and sustain the change successfully.

Change Management is the process, tools, and techniques used to manage the people side of change to achieve the required business outcome. Proper change management focuses on the human impact of the change.

Meraki International doesn’t view our clients as a pay cheque, we value them as a partner and work with clients to identify and manage change. Our focus is what is best for the client, so we will be by your side, helping, advising, and working with you to make change successful, long term, profitable, and sustainable.

Although the journey towards change can be challenging at times, the benefits of instituting change management are worth it. At Meraki International, our process is designed to reduce the time required to effectively implement change.

How Can We Help You?

When should you use change management?

Businesses needing to change the way they function and the way their employees work can benefit exponentially from instituting an effective change management policy. It is recommended to implement change management proactively, but it may also be used reactively. Regardless of the timeline, situations that may necessitate change management can include:

  • Profit improvement
  • Organisational changes
  • Technology changes
  • Process changes
  • Culture changes
  • Project implementation
  • Ownership changes
  • Leadership changes

How Does Meraki International Change Culture?

At Meraki International, our change management plan works to assess a business’ current corporate culture and identify related key leadership, while also considering the impact of change company wide. We help set the tone for change via leadership and customized plans while evaluating each step for efficiency and sustainability.

How Do Businesses Benefit From Using Change Management?

  • Drive change rather than let it happen
  • Identify and manage the amount of change happening
  • Proactively manage resistance
  • Sustain and imbed even the “hard” changes
  • Avoid change failure
  • Getting the most out of your money and expenditures
  • Building skills and capabilities
  • Creating consistency and efficiency in your approach