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Strategic Change & Organization Transformation

Change comes to business in many forms: merger, acquisition, divestiture, joint venture, technology implementation, organizational restructuring, or regulatory compliance. It can also come from new leadership, strategic decisions to change direction to position for growth, or react to changing market conditions. The same challenges typically apply: need for a new organization structure, culture, and behaviors. Leaders have to reach agreement on priorities, direction, and then communicate this vision to employees along with the specific steps necessary to make it a reality. At Deloitte, our practitioners know how critical it is to combine deep strategic change experience with practical business strategy. We even wrote the books on change, Heart of Change, and the supporting Field Guide. Our services include an array of innovative tools and resources that we adapt to meet the needs of every client’s unique situation.

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Leaders at all levels: Close the gap between hype and readiness

Leadership remains the top human capital concern — and the largest “readiness gap” in our survey. The need: develop new leaders faster, globalize leadership programs, and build deeper bench strength.

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Organization Acceleration: The new science of moving organizations forward

As human nature makes it difficult to speed up the way individuals change, the way organizations manage change must transform. Download this new point of view to learn about our new approach to extracting analytic-driven insights, delivering solutions with precision, and creating change with lasting impacts.

Organization Acceleration: The new science of moving organizations forward

As One: Better collaboration where it counts the most

How do leaders get followers to follow? In focusing on strategy execution and changes that depend on large numbers of people working together, As One identifies three factors that are present when organizations achieve their goals.