In doing so, we perform a variety of tasks that all serve the same need: to facilitate the implementation of major changes that are critical to the future of an organization.

Examples of projects:

  • Define and manage change management strategies
  • Project-Lead for Change-Management projects
  • Crisis Management
  • Organizational and HR audits
  • Risk and Opportunity Analysis
  • Surveys on work life quality

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Why we are different?

We work at the interface between the rational dimension of strategy, goals and processes, and the emotional dimension of the people who make up an organization. Contrary to what large consulting firms and their disciples tell us, managing change is not just a question of numbers and processes.

While the choice of a strategic reorientation must be based on a rational analysis, its implementation is essentially based on the often irrational decision to stick with it and commit to it. At SHAKE, we know how to effectively combine the rational and emotional dimensions to get an organization behind a strategy as quickly and effectively as possible.

We have developed all of our services with a single goal in mind: to make change happen for our clients in the most efficient way possible.

Frequently Asked Questions

How long do your projects take?

Some are very quick, while others can take up to 3 years to complete and support a company's transition.

What is the profile of a change management consultant?

There isn't one. Above all, we are looking for people with diverse business experience, a strong sense of commitment, and the flexibility and creativity to design processes tailored to each client. Academic and professional qualifications are secondary.

What is the secret to effective change management?

Make the change meaningful by explaining in detail the reasons for the change and by involving the affected employees in the design of the solutions.

Why do you need to take the corporate culture into account when changing processes?

An organization is made up of people who have work habits and behaviors. Explaining a new process to them is one thing, making sure they take full advantage of it is another.

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