Sustaining change through culture and mindsets.
Organizations need a purposeful change management approach that directly addresses the different needs and challenges of employees and leaders alike. In action, it should maximize engagement while mitigating the risks of change saturation. For change to land and last, businesses must also focus on cultivating the cultures and mindsets that champion change as a path to growth.
Let's inspire change together.
North Highland's Change Management practice addresses the challenges and seizes the opportunities presented by the breakneck pace of change. Our work empowers you to innovate and outpace the competition by unlocking the potential of your people. We supplement traditional change management approaches with techniques that drive higher adoption and minimize change saturation, including design thinking, behavioral science and agile delivery. The result? Lasting change and mindsets that embrace disruption as an opportunity to grow.
How We Help
North Highland was hired to lead a three-year change management effort for the Nuclear Merger Program; in reality, they provided so much more. I found their staff to be professional, articulate, and well-capable of filling whatever leadership role was needed within the 20+ individual IT projects.
We partner with clients to build nimble, employee-centric organizations that are poised for growth, change, and lasting success.
OUR WORK IN ACTION
Driving Cross-Functional Agency Transformation
Engaging Hearts and Minds For Sustainable Growth
North Highland helped establish a strategy that enhanced existing reactive efforts while creating leading edge proactive capabilities that competitors did not possess.
North Highland delivered a machine learning model for a large U.S. retailer that drove an additional $150 million in incremental revenue through digital content standardization and optimization processes.
End to End Process Design to Streamline Global Travel
One of the world’s leading manufacturers selected North Highland to integrate their acquired companies to newly designed organization, business processes and systems.