Organization & Leadership
Companies often deliver information and communicate in the way “it’s always been done” without giving consideration to employees’ information interests and communication preferences. With diverse workforces, some employees have computer access while others are only connected to company information by telephone or through meetings – a communications issue. Incomplete and inconsistent information can cause confusion, questions and inefficiencies that can severely limit productivity and the achievement of goals.
Successful communications requires a convergence of disciplines that result in a creative, fresh use of information. American CIT starts with communications process mapping that results in a best practices framework to support transformation. We use existing systems that work within the new framework; stop activities that waste time and resources, and augment that with new tactics that make sense. We also recommend the most effective media for on-demand delivery of information.
Change Management American CIT helps organizations understand how changing markets, competition and other factors impact their ability to achieve operating goals and deepen transformation. Then we help management analyze these changes in light of their current skill sets and competitive assets, culture, processes and organization structure. In the final stage, we help management increase change readiness and develop an implementation strategy.
- Understanding Change We’ll help you identify and understand the external sources of change impacting on your internal systems and operations.
- Analyzing Change We’ll help you identify how change affects internal operations and systems and how they need to change to adapt to the changing competitive environment.
- Implementing Change We’ll help you to implement critical change initiatives with a minimum of disruption and with maximum company morale. Implementing Change We’ll help you to implement critical change initiatives with a minimum of disruption and with maximum company moral