Luc Tremblay

Improve your organization's performance

Whether it is through an organizational and/or operational diagnosis or a strategic planning, I accompany you to prioritize and initiate change, whether it is small or large.

I believe in movement, rebound, adaptation and evolution. The most important thing is to get moving, to take action. Dare, move forward; even if the gestures are small, each one counts. In an organizational context, learning, acceptance and enlightenment happen when we move together towards common values that make sense.

Of course, all of these efforts must have the commitment of the company's senior management or owners and make sense to employees and stakeholders.

Here are the 3 phases of the approach I propose to bring your organization's performance to a higher level of maturity:

  1. Measurement and design
    Preparatory meetings - exploration of business issues/values, design of current and optimized value stream, capture of views and gaps between different functional silos and prioritization of projects based on the created improvement loops.

  2. Organization of the work to be done
    Implementation of improvement and/or transformation projects that will materialize the new optimized value chain, identification of competencies, choice of various managers, choice of potential software solutions, resources and commitments, etc.

  3. Implement the change
    Confirmation and hiring of managers, launch of projects, etc.

Phase 1

Measures et design

From current baseline to future state design by prioritizing high potential actions.

A work in three blocks

Implementation and ownership of the mandate
Design of the current value chain and its irritants
Future Value Stream Design

Phase 2


Once you have selected the priority improvement ideas to create a new, clear and desired operating mode, the second phase leads you to plan the steps for implementing the change.

A well-orchestrated organizational transformation can be recognized by the application of good project management practices, regardless of the mode adopted (traditional, agile or hybrid).

Decision making to invest in change
Creating project teams
Definition of the support needed to achieve your objectives

Phase 3


Now the fun begins! From this point on, change happens and your investment in the process begins to pay off.
It is time to take action to manage change, expectations, people, structures, roles and responsibilities, technologies, operating procedures, new management measures, and results.
Project Management
Deployment of the improvement loops selected in phases 1 and 2 of the various solutions: technology, training, daily performance management, strategic development, development of roles and responsibilities, new approaches to responsible and progressive management, etc.
Coaching specific to the development of skills related to the new processes and to the development of new roles and responsibilities.
Change Management
Management of resistance and efforts to adopt and find meaning for the people affected by and interested in the changes decided upon.

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