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The models and examples are organized by the five phases of general systems theory and guide readers through reinventing strategic planning, leading enterprise-wide change, strategic human resource management, the systems thinking approach, creating customer value, organization design and delivery, and leadership excellence.
In this role, Rachna was responsible for recruiting and developing top talent internationally, providing executive coaching support and leading enterprise-wide change initiatives.
Achieving supply chain success, Deloitte says, will likely involve enterprise-wide changes.
However, organizations need to understand that while the concept of managing change does involve managing software development and all the modem and legacy applications, environments and processes that go with it, enterprise-wide change management encompasses much more than just software development.
We see enterprise-wide change and a shared service approach with a pan-European dimension as essential.
ICEDR engages organizations in an innovative exchange on global talent management, leadership development and enterprise-wide change.
Our team of health care experts has helped industry leaders implement customer-focused initiatives including building the business case for customer-focus, re-engineering the member onboarding process, executing enterprise-wide change management programs and many other activities that drive results.
Our team of healthcare experts has helped health plan providers through such customer-focused initiatives as re-engineering the member onboarding process, building one-to-one communication strategies, executing enterprise-wide change management programs and many other initiatives that drive results.