2012 Workplace Change Management Resources

Hello friends,

As we begin 2012, Stegmeier Consulting Group thanks you for your support over the past year.

2011 was an incredibly exciting year for SCG’s workplace change management team. We’ve enjoyed a tremendous expansion that has enabled our growing team to develop a number of new tools to compress the typical change management process for our clients. Our website has been totally updated, and as you can see, we started our new Workplace Change blog.


Stegmeier Consulting Group’s work continues to focus on delivering two significant results to our clients: 1) reduction in workplace costs, while at the same time, 2) improvement in workforce performance. A seemingly simple equation, yet one—if not properly managed—can cause costly business disruption and great risk. As students of change, we strive to learn from our diverse client experiences as we support them in overcoming employee resistance to workplace change. In fact, significant findings from one of our consulting engagements have led to a new best practice which will be applied to future workplace transformation initiatives.

Most gratifying were the numerous calls we received from past participants in SCG’s change management seminars and workshops, who proactively reached out to reconnect. We consistently heard comments such as, “I’ve carried your business card around for several years because I knew one day our company would catch up to the workplace trends you’ve taught us. We need you!” With the realization that change management expertise needs to be applied early in the strategic planning of change, we are excited to have already been engaged and working on client change initiatives that will come to fruition in 2013 and beyond.

We also appreciate hearing from our followers around the globe that they continue to draw from our book, Innovations in Office Design: The Critical Influence Approach to Effective Work Environments, for best practices in leading change that they can apply to their increasingly complex businesses.

To thank you for your interest in leading change, by opting-in to subscribe to our free mailing list, we will send you Stegmeier Consulting Group’s 2012 List of Change Management Resources (aka “The List”). We trust that you will find this growing list of resources beneficial, and look forward to hearing how we can assist your organization in 2012.

Stegmeier Consulting Group