What Is Startup Change Management?

What is startup change management by Tony de Bree

Good afternoon.

Business administration is, as is well known, the field concerned with the organization and adaptation of the organization of companies and how entrepreneurial objectives must be formulated and achieved.

Corporate change management education.

I successfully completed a number of different traditional ‘corporate’ business administration and change management courses when I worked at ABN Amro (for IT professionals, International Business Administration and a European Executive MBA) and obtained a PhD in Business Administration & Knowledge Management in 2001 at digital transformation of financial service providers (see here).

They were all excellent Action-learning courses and I have had a lot of use in the corporate world and still with large clients that have to become small, ‘Lean’ and Ágile’. Why? Because you learn how to provide corporate organizational advice and how to do corporate change management.

More: ‘Do You Have A Plan-B If You Lose Your Job?’ , ‘What’s Your Online Plan-?’ & ‘Corporate Skills Are Irrelevant For Entrepreneurship’. 

But in dealing with startup realted problems and challenges, you need ‘startup changemanagement’ soft- and hard skills. What is startup change management?

Startup change management is an integral approach to prepare, support and assist individuals and startup teams in implementing startup organizational changes, including during a crisis like the Covid-19 one.

Central to startups is how to stay small with the help of ICT, with a virtual organization. So that is a completely different environment and a completely different exercise and then change management for and by (often too) large organizations with digital transformation, for example to become small, ‘lean’.

The smart organization of startups and the change management of startups has traditionally been neglected, but there is, among other things, the methods, tools, checklists and canvases from ‘Can it fly?’, ‘Survival strategy for startups’ and’ Growing without to grow ‘change has come.

New blended learning ‘startup change management’ course in January 2021.

Organizing a startup quickly and changing the organization of a startup in time is a separate field that requires different soft and hard skills than corporate change management. And for which you need other methods, techniques and tools. Especially in the event of a crisis such as the Covid-19 crisis.

That is why from January 2021 onwards, you will be able to follow an on-demand blended learning course ‘start-up change management’. Since it is an individual tailor-made program with intensive individual & personal guidance, the number of participants who can follow the training at the same time is limited.

Want to know more about this new blended learning program?

If you want to know more about this new blended learning course “startup change management”, please email your mobile number and the link to your LinkedIn profile using this form. Then we immediately will contact you to make an appointment for an online intake interview.

Tony de Bree
Mobiel: 06-34387806
E-mail: tony.de.breeATgmail.com.

Tony de Bree worked in Global Financial Services including in corporate venturing and e-commerce for 26 years and with ups and downs made the transition from banker to entrepreneur working from home and making money online with his own “online plan b” as side-hustle in 2000 with digital products and as hybrid business owner since 2011. Since the beginning of the Covid-19 crisis, Tony helps smal business owners, local business owners, startups and scaleups to survive and managers and employees to make the succesful transition ‘from employee to entrepreneur’. Contact him here now. 

About the Author: tonydebree

Tony de Bree is a born survivor. He worked 26 years in global banking & finance. As turnaround manager and in corporate strategy & change, outsourcing, offshore banking & splitting up ABN Amro Bank globally. In 2001 he started making money online from home with digital products next to his dayjob at ABN Amro Bank as 'plan b'. In 2011, he became independent business owner helping C-level, startups, scaleups & SMEs to survive and grow personally with on demand consulting and blended learning programs.

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