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PwC: Selected as a Vanguard Firm
January 30, 2013
By Rob Starr, Content Manager, Big4.com
PwC US announced it has been recognized as a Vanguard firm in “The Kennedy Vanguard of Change Management Consulting Providers” report.
Kennedy highlights PwC’s strengths in the report, which include:
- “Innovation & Thought Leadership: PwC conducts extensive research into the practice and discipline of change management. The firm is collaborating with the University of Melbourne on a study into organizational agility and the internal competencies required to thrive in a volatile marketplace.
- Training: PwC’s global change management training program has been adopted by every territory in PwC’s network, and content has been tailored to cultural differences and focus areas deemed important for local change practitioners.
Scott Hefter, Principal and PwC’s U.S. Management Consulting Leader commented:
“We’re honored to be recognized as a Vanguard firm in change management by Kennedy and believe this acknowledgement signifies the caliber of PwC’s change management services, from strategy to execution,” he said “A solid transformation strategy enables companies to achieve effective and lasting change management. We help our clients address change management from the inside out, and ensure the investments they make in organizational change are sustainable.”
PwC has extensive change management services that comprise strategy, program management, change leadership, stakeholder management and communications, organization design, risk strategy and governance, execution, and measurement and monitoring.