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Why do Change Management Processes Fail?Change Management Processes
Interview with Philipp Johner, Founder & Senior PartnerBuilding on Relationships
Alpha Manager Market
Saturday 18th December 2010 (in German)
Business Culture as a Success Factor
Manres supports business in the holistic development of their business culture to the point of a value-based high-performance culture. Through systematic initiation, development and introduction of a transformation culture there arises amongst all participants a stable and sustainable pleasure in performance. At the content level this leads to more success, at the individual level it leads to more fulfilment.
There is no Gap Separating the Status Quo and the Desired State - Only a Transformation Process
In unlocking the strengths, weaknesses and potential of individuals and teams, Manres brings to bearing the possibilities existing within the firm in a targeted way. It identifies circumstances and potential using systematic evaluation and gauging methods, develops these to the benefit of the company and the people within it and measures progress. The emphasis is placed on leadership and team performance for the transformation's success. Both of these stem from the personality development of high-performers – under consideration of systematic relationships.
Securing of Economic Success and Personally Meaningful
Processes of change lead to success when they are comprehensively applied and designed in a procedural manners. In the manager workshops an active examination of the business culture takes place: The goal status is conceptualised, resources are activated and the company is conveyed into its new identity. At the individual level, personal responsibility is strengthened and thus individual space to act is expanded. From this core there develops a process which is both personally meaningful and which secures economic success. This process is borne out into the entire business through continual leadership and relationship competence training.