Change Management

Change Management


Change Management – 7 Keys to Success

Change is Inevitable, Growth is Optional

Identifying the right software is only half the battle in changing your safety culture; the other half is driving  employee adoption and use of the system.

MobileInspection ensures the best practices and key elements in change are identified and implemented during the release of the your safety management project.

We employ key change management strategies in our process including:

  1.     Engaging all Employees
  2.     Deploy Rapid Involvement Teams
  3.     Embed the Change in the Organization through Process Involvement
  4.     Utilize Agile Methodology in Implementation of Change
  5.     Align to Business Objectives and Strategies
  6.     Lead by Example
  7.     Build a Core Team of Change Champions

MobileInspection changes your safety culture by utilizing change management procedures to deliver you a higher return on investment, faster adoption of the new safety system, and increased productivity among your user community.


Change management (sometimes abbreviated as CM) is a collective term for all approaches to prepare and support individualsteams, and organizations in making organizational change.

The most common change drivers include: technological evolution, process reviews, crisis, and consumer habit changes; pressure from new business entrants, acquisitionsmergers, and organizational restructuring. It includes methods that redirect or redefine the use of resources, business processbudget allocations, or other modes of operation that significantly change a company or organization. Organizational change management (OCM) considers the full organization and what needs to change, while change management may be used solely to refer to how people and teams are affected by such organizational transition. It deals with many different disciplines, from behavioral and social sciences to information technology and business solutions.

In a project-management context, the term “change management” may be used as an alternative to change control processes wherein changes to the scope of a project are formally introduced and approved.