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Change Management

Market conditions are more dynamic than ever.

Organizations must be able to nimbly respond to internal changes and external trends and threats. This is a difficult and critical competency that affects an organization’s ability to continually evolve and improve. Changes or modifications made to strategic direction, operational structures, processes, technologies, or culture require careful consideration of the “affective” factors that enable human influence and intervention to work towards, not against, success.

Integrated Project Management Company, Inc. (IPM) helps organizations manage the change associated with implementing complex initiatives. We blend professional project management with change management best practices and create parallel paths of execution—one to ensure projects are completed on time and on budget, and another to address the human factors critical to adoption and sustainability.

IPM’s process of integrating change management into the planning process solicits buy-in from stakeholders, who are thereby likely to become change advocates. By partnering with us, your execution competency and success rates are greatly increased while personnel adoption, critical to sustaining performance, is assured.

We‘ve managed change within:

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