Organizational Change Managment (OCM)
Data impacts an entire organization, and making big changes can cause a lot of tension or resistance that threatens successful execution. Onebridge organizational change management uses proven methods and techniques as well as a structured, intentional approach which helps an organization move from their current state to a future state to achieve the expected benefits of a data strategy or digital transformation initiative.
Why Choose Onebridge for OCM?
Onebridge consultants and engineers have the experience and expertise to help large and growing organizations overcome the challenges and obstacles to modernizing their digital and data capabilities. We are a data-focused company that incorporates people, process and technology.
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Onebridge's Approach to Organizational Change Management
- Increases organization readiness, flexibility, and adaptability
- Increases stakeholder engagement, morale, and preparedness for the new way
- Minimizes the depth of decline performance and productivity during change
- Accelerates and maximizes performance during and following the change
- Minimizes the learning curve and speeds adoption of the new way
- Increases the likelihood of benefits realization
- Optimizes long-term sustainability once the future state is achieved
Why OCM is Critical to Data Strategy
Organizational Change Management (OCM) involves understanding how change affects individuals within the organization, identifying what those changes are and developing ways to support affected employees through their transitions.
It is a subtle art requiring the ability to understand human behavior, predict likely reactions and devise appropriate solutions at both an individual level and at an organizational level. The top priority of any OCM program should be to address resistance to change in order to encourage adoption by employees as well as avoid or minimize negative impacts on productivity.
A great OCM strategy is about making changes happen effectively and successfully for everyone involved. It's about people, process, and technology. New adoption of technology has always been a challenge for any organization, but changing how your employees and stakeholders think about or use data can be an even greater challenge.
OCM has emerged as one of the key elements in a data strategy because it focuses on how both individuals and the organization as a whole will be impacted by rapid change.