Change management

Change management

Your challenges

Your challenges

You want to successfully manage change within your organisation:

  • … in terms of processes: defining precise, appropriate, agile processes
  • … in terms of people: unreserved commitment
  • … in terms of equipment: a perfect match with processes and people

Your goals

  • Co-constructing change management with you to ensure it is perfectly suited to your roles, context and needs and is adaptable throughout the process
  • Bringing key players together to ensure they are committed to the process
  • Taking into account and developing parallel thinking about the three dimensions of processes/people/equipment
  • Defining an action plan for process improvement
  • Enabling change by implementing the action plan and providing human support
Your goals
Our method

Our method

Change management is based on:

  • A preparatory phase involving the key players in order to identify clearly all your needs and define the phases of change management and the way operations work with the steering committee
  • Construction or clarification of the vision of change at a seminar with the steering committee
  • An analysis of the existing situation through working group meetings supplemented by interviews to bring out areas for improvement and obstacles
  • Putting together an action plan in terms of processes and human support (training, individual and/or team coaching, sharing group etc.)
  • Supporting the change by implementing the action plan
  • Reviewing the system put in place

Our approach

Convinced that good change management involves moving processes, people and equipment forward together, our consultancy approach for the change management process is based on:

  • The services of two specialists:
    • A specialist in supporting process improvements, Cécile Danion of Optidia, a consultant in project and process optimisation
    • A specialist in providing human support for change, Martine Chaillet of Révélesens, a consultant and certified coach
  • Involving everyone affected by the change management process: the steering committee, for its vision and its decisions on the direction to take throughout the process, but also everyone in the organisation, for their contribution to defining their future environment and role
  • Adapting to everyone’s own pace by providing an agile process that can be rethought over time and eliminating obstacles before they arise
  • Being personally involved in the support to guarantee the change we have designed and built together



  • Individuals
  • Teams
  • Managers
  • The board


  • Business processes
  • Support processes
  • Working methods
  • The organisation of the company


  • Equipment
  • Workstations
  • Techniques
Our approach
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Contact us
To optimise your projects and processes, contact  Cécile Danion Project & Process Optimisation Consultant & coach OPTIDIA 4B rue de la Doulline 69340 Francheville - France T +33 (0)6 43 57 40 19 @ Retrouvez-moi sur Viadeo Retrouvez-moi sur Linkedin
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My goals: adapting to your context, establishing a relationship of trust while asking tough questions, bringing my high standards and rigour to every mission you entrust to me.

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AQCERA certification
Targeting continuous improvement and quality for her clients, Cécile Danion, industrial project management and process performance consultant and founder of Optidia, is a certified member of the AQCERA consultants' network, the Association of Consultancy Quality – labels
Standardised methods
  • Value Management
  • Project risk management

Good preparation before the workshops. [...] During the workshop, very good grasp of the subject. Good soft skills during the workshops (you challenge without being brusque) […]"VT, portfolio manager, pharmaceutical industry

Quickly understood the problem and the context of the company. Asked relevant questions and respected the timetable and deadlines defined" AG, project manager, process industry.

Adapted the approach to the audience […] great flexibility in how the meeting unfolded." FL, project manager, metallurgy industry