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Programme Designing:

Change Management

We believe change is the only constant, and it is important to control it favourably.

With the ultimate goals in mind, and the chartered out objectives in sight, we look at probable outcomes that can be achieved, given the outputs are favourable. The results totally depend on the inputs we provide and the activities we select, which may steer us in the right direction.

Our job is to understand what are you changing; what was before and what is there now; and why is change important? Then, we study how change was handled before and how the barriers were overcome? We would also examine the reluctances to change and map out the ways for smooth transition. This exercise will also highlight the knowledge that is required to engage with the audience to profit positive change.

Functions under Change Management


We study general theory of change to derive specific results

Our research starts with the answers that you provide to the questions related to change that you seek. We will pick out the underlying assumptions and the relationships you’ve cultivated to employ human capital and other resources to achieve desired outputs. We’ll study your work tangent compared to your goal.


We work with you to see connections that can bring change

During our brainstorming session, we’ll bring our research to your notice and motivate you to look at the long term outcomes and impact. This is like reverse-engineering the process. With you we’ll closely look into the internal and external inputs and refine, redesign, repurpose, or redefine the activities to have desired impact.


Connecting the dots to create new picture

The access to the report will enable greater freedom of expression and increased knowledge and understanding around critical development issues. The improved understanding will inform decision-making and action. The resulting increased participation will contribute towards progress and get you closer to the vision.

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