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​​case for change

Whether it be to increase productivity, reduce losses or innovate, there has to be a reason for change. Businesses should seldom change just for change' sake. 


We focus together on getting the best mix of effort, risk and reward and develop the business case that clearly speaks of the change in terms of:
  • reasons
  • assumptions
  • transitional steps
  • benefits
  • costs
​Having developed the 'as-is' anatomy, we produce the outcome descriptions that describe the anatomy as it will look once the changes have been made.
 
The case for change is used as a minimum standard to guide the change as we go through the next 4 stages.