At Umbrex, we help clients successfully execute organizational change. Our consultants work closely with clients to set clear milestones, responsively monitor and adjust processes, and to scale initiatives appropriately. By engaging senior leaders to drive change and effectively supporting employees, we ensure that both processes and culture are shifted throughout the course of the change journey.
Examples of recent projects include:
To learn more about our work or find a change management consultant, visit our Change Management Practice.
Our consultants find that podcasts are an excellent way to remain up to date.
Here are the top podcasts on change management recommended by our members.
Change Management Review™ brings together professionals who work with organizational change—both academic research and real-world practices—through integrated global perspectives.
We are passionate about helping leaders, HR, and ethics professionals build heart-healthy organizations with a culture of purpose and integrity.
Every other Thursday we post conversations with leading thinkers, researchers, and leaders on culture, values, ethics, and transformational change.
Perspectives of Change is a show hosted by Sarika Kharbanda, and sponsored by the Lean Change Management Association. We explore lean, agile and change management topics from a variety of perspectives, not just the change people!
CHANGE@WORK is a podcast about the ever-evolving world of work and the human behaviors that drive it. Chris Thornton, Principal at Daggerwing Group, hosts and discusses what we’ve learned as change consultants with fellow colleagues, clients and partners. Tune in every month as we explore the people side of organizational change, who we are as a team and who we are as individuals. To learn more about us, visit daggerwinggroup.com
Change on the Run offers effective advice on common change challenges, from veteran leaders and experts in surviving and excelling during large workplace initiatives.
Guests join Phil Buckley to discuss their experiences and share the one thing they would do to meet a challenge when they’re pressed for time.
From managing yourself, to managing the work, to managing others on your team, the Change on the Run podcast gives you the best results in the shortest amount of time.
We seek to promote, connect, and foster relationships in the ERP organizational change community. The purpose of the podcast is to discuss, share, and reflect upon effective and efficient ways in which to realize ERP organizational change success. We will discuss the people, process, and technology components of ERP organizational change. This podcast is intended as a forum to study, share, and discuss ERP organizational change. It’s intended to be a collaboration tool and resource. We hope that others find this podcast useful as we share lessons learned, best practices, and the human element components of ERP organizational change. Our podcast will draw on knowledge from extensive research, collaborative learning, and practitioner expertise as well as experience of both project successes and failures. The general review and theme of ERP and organizational change practice, literature, and research suggest that understanding and awareness of tactical approaches founded in principle is fundamental to ERP organizational change success. Our podcast will discuss these tactics, approaches, and principles that may prove to be useful in addressing ERP organizational change challenges and risks.
The Change Management Podcast takes a deep dive into thinking clearly during times of change. We explore how leaders can focus on what will ultimately help the organisation to thrive.
Season 1 and 2 of the podcast features experts in organisational change and is hosted by Dr Louise Bright, Director of Research and Business Engagement at the University of South Wales
Season 3 explores the concept of Design Thinking, with hosts Professor Jonathan Deacon and Phil Harfield from USW.