In an ideal world, organizational method change is always embraced and its role in helping companies to stay relevant and competitive is recognized. However, in reality, change is not always welcomed. There are a number of variables that affect the success of change adoption; one the biggest is manager behaviour and willingness to lead their… read more →
By Christopher Lee The pursuit of perfection, the 5th Lean principle, represents a continuous improvement mindset, where the pursuit of perfection is an ongoing process that continuously evolves. However, if not used properly, this concept can be taken to an extreme and cause change fatigue in an organization. Organizational change fatigue is defined as “a… read more →
Since 2008, Trindent Consulting has delivered millions of dollars in process improvement results to clients in the Energy, Healthcare and Financial Services verticals. With every engagement, Trindent has a blueprint built on past successes to effectively analyze client issues and quickly come up with a list of operational challenges our team needs to tackle. However,… read more →
As a professional in the Oil & Gas sector for more than three decades, I have participated in numerous initiatives involving consulting firms. I have experienced projects of many sizes and scopes from short-term to multi-year efforts. In recent years, I have seen the industry forward thinkers gravitate towards Implementation Consulting. Very well expressed… read more →
In today’s fast paced world, every organization will encounter some type of change whether it’s cultural, operational, process, or technological change. The ability to adopt changes and manage changes effectively are being viewed as a competitive advantage in our ever changing business world. But what is Change Management? It is a structured approach that leads… read more →
Many organizations fail to plan or include several critical components when implementing changes to their operations. As a result, even the simplest of changes often encounter resistance, significant delays, and fail when being executed. A Management Consultant’s ability to strategize and create buy-in from key stakeholders often determines the likelihood of successful change management.