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ISG uses organizational change management (OCM) to prepare thousands of workers for new lodging-management systems and the new processes that come with them.
ISG uses organizational change management (OCM) and an ISG Relationship360™ (R360) cycle to help an incumbent IT provider better understand and address the challenges it faces as it approaches contract renewal with a dissatisfied client.
ISG helps a university health system establish an organizational change management (OCM) program and design the governance structure for a system-wide enterprise resource planning (ERP) and human-resources (HR) software implementation.
We’re living in an age of rapid, constant business change. Companies are either rushing ahead with new technology to beat competitors or playing catch up as fast as they can.
As many companies look to shrink and stabilize their budgets, they may overlook an easy way to save money and still maintain effectiveness in the critical area of training.
ISG provides a large utility company with an effective communications framework and tools to support its ongoing transformational change.
An ISG organizational change management (OCM) team helps one of the world’s largest providers of crop inputs and services to train its employees for new software and processes, enabling efficiencies and more buying power.
An ISG Technology Business Management (TBM) team helps a multibillion-dollar managed-care organization assess a TBM model and processes for IT cost transparency.
The Success of All Types of Digital Transformation Depends on Organizational Change Management (OCM)
When companies want to make sure a new digital initiative goes well, they often bring in an organizational change management (OCM) team to help.
As the manufacturing industry continues to embrace the concept of the digital factory, companies are beginning to look at the lessons learned from Industry 4.0 as a way to gain efficiencies, digitize operations and differentiate themselves.
With the rapid advancement of business technology, many companies are in flux as they try to get ahead in their industries.
In our work and in our personal lives, we constantly deal with change. Believe it or not, people will always react to any change with some degree of fear or resistance.
Sometimes businesses miss the importance of investing in their own workforce – the linchpin to making sure transformation succeeds.
Over the past two decades, business leaders have come to accept the reality that digital transformation is not a one-time event.
A U.S.-based manufacturer with offices in more than 20 countries receives cutting-edge training for its employees on new enterprise-level software and the streamlined processes to go with that software.
A growing American dairy company receives a cutting-edge learning strategy and training program to bring modern software and processes to its team members at farms and organic processing plants.