As change experts, WLH works with leaders to build business risk analysis and mitigation planning into large-scale change initiatives. However, as the enormity of the COVID-19 crisis increases, leaders at all levels must accelerate risk analyses as they assess perils to their people and organizations. Anticipating risks, especially those associated with changes in workflow and […]
Change Leadership Consultant Wendy L. Heckelman, Ph.D., Debuts CHANGE AND THRIVE ATLANTA, March 20, 2020 (Newswire.com): One of the most pressing challenges for managers worldwide is whether they can adapt and excel in change leadership. According to President and CEO, Wendy Heckelman, leaders can approach the coronavirus crisis with three capabilities: agility, change leadership, and […]
I had the pleasure of delivering a webinar on Culture Change to over 2,500 members of the Project Management Institute. You can access the recording by clicking here. I received several excellent questions, and for your convenience I’ve included the answers below. Q: Should rewards just be monetary? if not, what others do you suggest? […]
Listen as Dr. Wendy Heckelman discusses how to improve change agility skills during her presentation for the Southeastern Medical Device Association (SEMDA) webinar. Research indicates that change agility is paramount for longer term success in a VUCA world (Volatile, Uncertain, Complex, and Ambiguous). Agility is more than a buzz word – it is a way […]
WLH was asked by the senior leadership team from one of the largest global animal health companies to lead and manage the post-close integration following two significant business acquisitions.
After a major corporate reorganization, the medical operations group of a global pharmaceutical corporation sought new synergies through restructuring while continuing uninterrupted service to its internal and external stakeholders. WLH worked with senior leaders to develop the group’s strategy, design its structure, and identify operational efficiencies.
External marketplace forces and plans to grow the company through product acquisitions encouraged a growing biotech company to evaluate their field organizational structure. The primary goal was to become a more dominant player in a therapeutic area. Through WLH thought partnership, senior leaders decided to create a regional structure that would be more responsive to healthcare ecosystem dynamics.
A leading global animal health company asked WLH to help create and deploy a human capital strategy. There were two drivers for this engagement. First, the organization was evolving its customer engagement efforts with a focus on account management.
Research indicates that 70% of large-scale change initiatives fail. Join us to learn the best practices for leading a successful change effort. This webinar will help close the gaps related to two (2) primary factors contributing to change failure: (1) strategic implementation planning and execution, and (2) preparing leaders to navigate change. The webinar will […]
In an effort to adapt to the rapidly changing marketplace, many organizations undergo various large-scale change initiatives in hopes of achieving a competitive advantage. One of the primary best practices associated with successful change is to make an intentional effort to shape organizational culture to support and achieve business results. Culture can be a source […]