Organizational Transformation

Organizational Transformation

Aliora Professional Services prides itself in its ability to help organizations develop strategic plans for modifying its enterprise's business processes through the modification of policies, procedures, and processes to move the organization from an "as is" (current) state to a "to be" (future) state.


We use Change Management skills to obtain enterprise (or business) intelligence to perform transformation planning by assessing an organization's people and cultures to determine how changes in business strategies, organizational design, organizational structures, processes, and technology systems will impact the enterprise. Organizational Change Management


Organizations are almost always in a state of change, whether the change is continuous or episodic. Change creates tension and strain in a sponsor's social system that the sponsor must adapt to so that it can evolve. Aliora Professional Services employs trained change professionals who are equipped with the necessary skills required to enable organization members and other stakeholders to adapt to a sponsor's new vision, mission, and systems, as well as to identify sources of resistance to the changes and minimize resistance to them.


Implementation of a large-scale informational technology transformation project affects the entire organization. An organization often focuses solely on acquiring and installing the right hardware and software. But the people who are going to use the new technologies—and the processes that will guide their use—are even more important. At Aliora Professional Services, we understand that as critical as the new technologies may be, they are only tools for people to use in carrying out the agency's work.


We guarantee effective, long-term, and sustainable results by applying industry best practices and relating lessons learned from previous projects on new endeavors while ensuring that a transitional phase exists during which the required changes are introduced, tested, understood, and accepted. People have to let go of existing behaviors and attitudes and move to new behaviors and attitudes that achieve and sustain the desired business outcomes.

Transformational Strategies

Most organizations will ultimately follow one of three approaches to transformation. We help organizations conduct organizational impact and risk assessments which will allow sponsor executives to determine the impact of the change on the organization. We will design a systematic approach that supports both the organization and the individuals within it as they plan, accept, implement, and transition from the present state to the future state.


Aliora Professional Services consultants understand that change does not occur in a linear manner, but in a series of dynamic but predictable phases that require preparation and planning if they are to be navigated successfully. Our change agents will design transitional plans that provide the information and activities that allow the organization to manage this "non-linearity" in a timely manner; regardless of whether the change impacts Headquarters only or all geographically dispersed sites.

Organizational Transformation

Aliora Professional Services prides itself in its ability to help organizations develop strategic plans for modifying its enterprise's business processes through the modification of policies, procedures, and processes to move the organization from an "as is" (current) state to a "to be" (future) state.


We use Change Management skills to obtain enterprise (or business) intelligence to perform transformation planning by assessing an organization's people and cultures to determine how changes in business strategies, organizational design, organizational structures, processes, and technology systems will impact the enterprise. Organizational Change Management


Organizations are almost always in a state of change, whether the change is continuous or episodic. Change creates tension and strain in a sponsor's social system that the sponsor must adapt to so that it can evolve. Aliora Professional Services employs trained change professionals who are equipped with the necessary skills required to enable organization members and other stakeholders to adapt to a sponsor's new vision, mission, and systems, as well as to identify sources of resistance to the changes and minimize resistance to them.


Implementation of a large-scale informational technology transformation project affects the entire organization. An organization often focuses solely on acquiring and installing the right hardware and software. But the people who are going to use the new technologies—and the processes that will guide their use—are even more important. At Aliora Professional Services, we understand that as critical as the new technologies may be, they are only tools for people to use in carrying out the agency's work.


We guarantee effective, long-term, and sustainable results by applying industry best practices and relating lessons learned from previous projects on new endeavors while ensuring that a transitional phase exists during which the required changes are introduced, tested, understood, and accepted. People have to let go of existing behaviors and attitudes and move to new behaviors and attitudes that achieve and sustain the desired business outcomes.

Transformational Strategies

Most organizations will ultimately follow one of three approaches to transformation. We help organizations conduct organizational impact and risk assessments which will allow sponsor executives to determine the impact of the change on the organization. We will design a systematic approach that supports both the organization and the individuals within it as they plan, accept, implement, and transition from the present state to the future state.


Aliora Professional Services consultants understand that change does not occur in a linear manner, but in a series of dynamic but predictable phases that require preparation and planning if they are to be navigated successfully. Our change agents will design transitional plans that provide the information and activities that allow the organization to manage this "non-linearity" in a timely manner; regardless of whether the change impacts Headquarters only or all geographically dispersed sites.