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    THIMPL strategy offers capabilities and methods to help our clients plan and execute programs of change, whether the program complements an organization transformation or focuses on more transactional change programs.
    We focus on change strategy and enabling change—resulting in the adoption of new behaviors and mindsets by individuals and teams.
    THIMPL strategy helped to define the scope of change management in its earliest days and our academic research initiatives, commitment to innovation and broad industry experience keep us at the forefront of the discipline and practice of change management.

    Culture tends to be something of an enigma in the study of companies. Everyone agrees over cocktails that culture is important and hopes their company has a “good” culture versus a “bad” culture. For all of its implied significance, however, cultural change tends to rate alongside tarot card reading and astrology in terms of credibility. It lurks in the unfortunate category of “soft” issues that leaders can’t quite discard for the nagging sense that there may actually be something there, something that may hold too much importance to dismiss out of hand.

    Why THIMPL strategy ?
    THIMPL strategy is a global leader in providing innovative solutions that help companies deal with the implications and impacts of change on their people and organization, and on their growth and business strategies.

    We maintain a relentless focus on outcomes beyond cost optimization, with a proven track record of results—including:

    • Faster integration
    • More effective culture change
    • Better adaptability to new systems and processes
    • Higher levels of workforce engagement
    • Improved employee retention and productivity
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