Change with impact

Change management

Achieve maximum impact by managing the human side of change

We believe that people support what they create. Promoting engagement, understanding and commitment will not only ensure the well-being of your staff, it will guarantee your change project’s success.

Change management

Change projects – much like humans – are complex. But by managing change in a structured way, it is easier to be agile and to be able to cope with the unexpected. At Implement Consulting Group, we can help you create and execute a structure that has this built-in flexibility.

By understanding the challenges ahead, identifying the best strategy, creating a process for involvement and planning and executing the communication, your project will get off to a good start. By planning and facilitating meetings and workshops, training your managers and giving them the right tools, your support will guide them through the change process. Tell us where you are right now. And we will take it from there.

Our way of working is guided by five implementation principles: authenticity, importance, impact, energy and people. These principles set a new standard for implementing change.


Featured clients

Maersk Line
Global Sales Transformation
Maersk Line is fundamentally changing the conversation with its customers as a key enabler in producing top-tier performance in a tough market. Maersk Line divisions all over the world have already noted behavioural changes in key areas. Several improved business impact cases, where both customers and Maersk Line realised more value, have been documented.
How a new and powerful project organisation transformed the company
In just two years, KMD has adapted to completely new market and investor demands. This was achieved by transforming a chaotic myriad of projects into a transparent, value-driven portfolio overview spearheaded by capable project managers. The effect is increased internal satisfaction combined with multi-million savings obtained through a tighter focus on costs and optimisation of project execution.


  • The CEO's viewpoint on leading change

    The challenges and possibilities facing leaders come in many different shapes, but we find that there is one constant – it all involves change.

  • How to build a compelling business case

    One of the major pitfalls of working with a business case is that it becomes too complex, and it is unclear who owns the effects of the project. Fundamentally, focus has to shift from calculations to conditions for calculations – what assumptions have we made in order to create the basis for decision-making?

  • The art of implementing real change

    Invite people to take part in the change and give them genuine influence.

Implement Consulting Group