Our goal is for your business to reach its peak potential Our promise is to deliver a visable ROI
Improving a business, whether a review of a specific area or a full company restructure, is a complicated affair.
Without an established, proven framework, Change Management is often beset with delays, resistance and wasted time. The short term result is a difficult, time consuming project which fails to deliver the expected outcomes. Worse, however, is the lasting bad experience it leaves behind resulting in a reluctance to try and change in the future.
Understanding where to start, how to track improvement, ensuring bias doesn’t ‘taint the well’, and ensuring full employee engagement are the core challenges businesses face when looking to enact change.
To address these issues we have developed the P7 Way. A seven step process that is so successful it has always delivered a visible Return On Investment for the businesses who have adopted it.
The P7 Way:
An Established Framework with Objective Analysis
At Project7 we have taken our combined experience across a range of industries and our knowledge of Lean methodology to create the P7 Way. This unique framework allows us to come in, integrate with your people, review your processes, and show you how to manage change without bias towards the status quo.
Using the P7 framework, we not only reshape your businesses processes but also reshape you and your employees’ approach to change.
The P7 Way is the methodology and approach applied by Project7.
We develop your people capability around robust processes to deliver sustainable performance
Our aim is to not only enhance your business processes today, but create an environment that allows for continuous improvement going forward, giving it the ability adapt and thrive in an ever-changing world.
The challenge of fostering an environment that is looking for continuous improvement is knowing which changes are worth investigating and which are less likely to deliver an ROI.
We tackle this in our approach. We start right at the fundamentals of understanding your vision and strategy. Having established where the business aims to go, we use data driven decision making to identify which improvements are most likely to succeed and track performance against our goals to monitor success.
Our experience has shown Change Management delivers the best results when the business itself comes up with the answers, not us. Our secret is making sure your leaders understand and believe in the process. With this new toolkit at their disposal they are ready to convey with confidence how change and improvement will be achieved.
Engagement at all levels of the business is required to provide maximum benefit. Every employee that adds value to your strategy is crucial in achieving success. This can only be done through strong leadership.
Changing a process is not enough to ensure success. Monitoring and follow ups are essential to implementing changes that are adequate, correct and achieve results.
Changes in processes are likely to raise concerns from employees but these are not barriers or blockers to improvement. Concerns allow you to find the root cause of a problem and address the core issue, not its symptoms.
By encouraging employees to question processes it reinforces the idea that all process can, and should, be improved. That we should always be looking for better ways of doing things and for employees to make processes their own. Not something that has been forced on them by an outside party.