No more wondering where to start. The Volonte platform comes with a proven, plug-and-play change management framework to succeed at implementations from day 1.
Modern Change Management for Today's Pace
Change management frameworks from the 1980’s aren't designed for today's fast-paced world. Instead of relying on outdated theories and costly consultants who come and go, the Volonte platform gives you a plug-and-play framework to start implementing change today.
Build employee willingness to change
Move your teams from change resistance to change readiness. Volonte’s expert content helps employees understand the importance of every change in your organization so they’re able to be the contributors they want to be. Building change skills and giving access to actionable advice for the challenges your teams face as change impacts their workplaces and careers has never been easier.
Empower employees to drive change
Change is most successful when it’s built together. Volonte’s Project Board empowers employees to execute on change in your organization through internal projects that get the work done.
Conquer productivity breakdowns
Productivity breaks down during change implementations when employees are overwhelmed and unclear about what’s expected of them. Volonte Changeflows enable you to provide your teams with a step-by-step roadmap of actions required to get the change work done.
Track change readiness in real-time
No more guesswork about how well equipped your organization is for change. The Impact Dashboard enables real-time tracking of critical metrics to assess your organization’s change readiness and performance.
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Digital transformation, strategy and organizational changes – or simply embracing change in new ways to stay ahead of your competition - there are many reasons to up your change game. Start now.
Digital transformation spend by 2024 is at risk of failing to achieve goals
Servicenow / Volonte
Expected gross job transitions driven by digital workplace evolution by 2022
World Economic Forum 2018
Of change initiatives fail. Employee resistance is the main reason why.
McKinsey & Company
Higher profitability for top performers in change vs. peer companies.
Bain & Company