Change drives progress
Enterprises that invest in strong change management set themselves up to thrive. That’s why Eagle Hill helps clients seize transformation as an opportunity to innovate and differentiate, instead of reacting to change as it happens. No matter how big your change or the shape your desired business outcomes take, our team partners with you to build change management solutions that guide your people and your organization past reluctance—and to powerful results.
What we do
From assessing change readiness to workforce training and risk management, we help you successfully manage continuous change at scale and speed. Our collaborative approach helps change take hold, sidestepping frustration and ushering your organization to powerful results.
We help you prepare for change with strategic change management solutions that are tailored to engage your employees in reaching your business goals.
Bring your change strategy off the page and into action. By emphasizing collaboration, our approach keeps employees engaged in change and committed to driving it forward.
A fresh approach to change
We integrate change management into everything we do, tailoring our innovative practices to your needs and strengthening your company culture in the process.
From our unconventional philosophy to our innovative practices, we help clients implement flourishing change by bringing needed shifts to traditional change management.
When work happens remotely,
what needs to happen with change?
Our virtual change management approach is designed for the realities of remote working, helping employees and teams engage in change so strategic initiatives succeed.
Change management insights
Our latest research & thinking
Keep your finger on the pulse of change management and business transformation trends impacting your industry, and get actionable insights and best practices based on our proprietary research.
Executives are turning to technology to enhance customer propositions and competitiveness. But when companies fail to engage employees in adopting and optimizing the use of the new technology, they’re coming up short on ROI.
Workforces are more multigenerational than ever before—so you might be surprised to learn that most employees share the same views on change management, regardless of their age group. What change management qualities cross generational divides?
Our infographic takes you through four phases of change management: people, process, strategy, and technology. At each phase, see the route and destination for your people on their change management journey.
With more people working remotely, organizations need new ways to manage organizational change—because bringing employees along through change when they work apart is not the same as when they’re together in the office.
By Melissa Jezior
To lead their workforce through a successful government transition plan, new federal leaders should emphasize everyone improvising together.
Change Management Case Studies
Unconventional consulting leads to unbelievable results
From digital transformation to organizational culture change, our years of creative and strategic experience in managing change have helped clients across industries reach their potential.
Federal government: Impact Statement
We drove a highly successful user adoption strategy for a large federal health agency requiring a time reporting system for its employees to proactively comply with regulatory requirements and provide robust workforce capacity reporting.
State & local government: Interview
Eagle Hill's approach to change management at a transformational scale helped a local government adopt new technology that yielded efficiency benefits.
Financial services: Impact Statement
We implemented an enterprise-wide digital transformation for a financial services organization to the Salesforce Lightning platform by using agile change management to create better customer and employee experiences.
Financial services: Impact Statement
The procurement office of a large financial services organization remade its internal and external images and improved service delivery as part of an organizational transformation that focused on improving its culture.