How Women Can Find – and Create – Equity in the Workplace
I recently sat down with Built In to discuss its report Creating Equity For Women At Work about the importance of mentorship and sponsorship for women’s equitable advancement.
After the disruption and digital accelerants of the past two and a half years, it’s never been more important to support your people as they drive positive change. That’s why ISG has acquired Change 4 Growth, an award-winning company specializing in transformational change for enterprises. This acquisition strengthens our industry-leading OCM capabilities and training services and expands our change management portfolio with new offerings, including ATLAS™, a proprietary OCM platform solution.
Studies show more than 60 percent of a project’s success relies on the people.
Even if you have all your new technology, processes and knowledge in place for a major transformation, it’s still possible to fail. Studies show more than 60 percent of a project’s success relies on the people.
Without taking this into account, you may face challenges to your program’s credibility, poor executive alignment, lack of collaboration, low morale, or difficulty achieving standardization.
We can help you reduce uncertainty, resistance and costly worker turnover with stakeholder management, targeted communications, organizational alignment, and training and learning enablement. We work to save money, increase productivity and align teams across a wide range of industries and transformation projects.
OCM Strategy & Integration
Training & Learning Enablement
The digital and work-from-home shift has accelerated the move from traditional learning models to a more virtual, digitally enabled, on-demand learning ecosystem. ISG provides a range of training advisory, content development, technology enablement, training delivery and learning managed services to help clients succeed in the modern digital workplace.Discover Our Training Services
Watch our video to discover how the science of organizational change management – or OCM – can dramatically reduce the amount of time it takes for your workforce to rebound and for your company to realize the benefits of a project.
Then contact us to take the next steps.
Dr. Tammie Pinkston explains why OCM is so crucial in enabling workers to adopt to new processes, tools and other big changes in the workplace. Pinkston is a recognized expert in guiding workforces through major transformations with an eye on collaboration, savings and results. She has taught at the University of Oklahoma, University of Georgia, Georgia State University, Emory University and the University of Innsbruck. She has also published numerous OCM articles and presented at industry conferences worldwide.
A multibillion-dollar IT provider was approaching a large contract renewal and knew it was likely to lose the strategic client’s work to a rebid without significant changes. ISG helped both parties assess the challenges in the current state of the relationship and make needed course corrections.Learn more
ISG enables one of the world’s best-known banking and financial services companies with a long-term solution for training-development capacity issues and training support for 40,000 new employees.Learn more
ISG uses organizational change management (OCM) to prepare more than 40,000 workers at a global engineering solutions company for outsourcing, insourcing, and IT and business-process updates.Learn more
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Enterprises that focus on improving collaboration inevitably face some employees who resist changes to the digital and physical components of the workplace. They dislike the idea of open workspaces and collaboration using video and chat. Overcoming resistance requires listening to employees throughout the transition and following a clear organization change management (OCM) plan.
S4/HANA can be beneficial when implemented right, but there are no easy enterprise-resource-planning (ERP) projects. Moving to S/4HANA holds special challenges because it often involves new ways of working.
In this report, learn how OCM programs can help you avoid or mitigate some of the most common challenges they face when converting to SAP S/4HANA, and why organizational change management increases the ROI in S/4HANA by reducing the time to value.