How to Succeed in the Current State of Change Management

Change Management Leaders Still Facing Same Old Problems


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Managing change isn’t a whole lot different than in years’ past. Change projects require you to get a lot done with a limited budget and resource constraints all while maintaining your day-to-day activities. Don’t forget about evidencing the impact to customer experience and managing stakeholder expectations too.

If you’re about to undertake a change management project, watch this video first.

Bridgeforce has influenced change during some of the most rapidly developing periods of our existence, such as the 2008 Recession and the COVID-19 Pandemic. In his latest video, Managing Partner Adam Thornber breaks down the current state of change management. He also shares the biggest hurdles our clients face today.

Based on his experience guiding clients through uncharted territory, Adam recommends doing the following for any project to mitigate time and money waste in this current state of change management:

  • Make difficult decisions sooner—if you’re going to cut the cord, do it sooner rather than later.
  • Focus on the core outcomes you’re trying to achieve—don’t lose scope!


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Bridgeforce is the problem-solving company for the financial services industry. As Adam states, “It’s the real-life experience and the relatively high emotional intelligence that Bridgeforce brings to change projects.” We navigate the idiosyncrasies of the different people, organizations and departments involved, while remaining focused on what’s most important: our client’s change management project.

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