Who We Are
At LWS we are focused on providing our clients best in class project management services with the highest levels of customer satisfaction – we will do everything we can to meet your expectations.
What we believe
Real change makes a defining difference to an organisation, taking it to a new and sustainable level of performance. It demands new ways of working and often changes the way people need to think, act and behave. It’s complex and takes you into unchartered territory. And it takes a different kind of leadership.Charter for Delivering Real Change
To successfully deliver real change, those leading it need to think differently. We know from experience that it’s part art, part science and part having the vision and guts to steer the change through towards your goal. Here are the beliefs and principles that we use to underpin the successful delivery of real change. They work for us and they can work for you.
What is Real Change?
We can engineer a spacecraft that will land on a comet millions of miles from earth – an immensely scientific achievement - yet our ability to make big, transformational change happen in the business world has hardly shifted in decades.
Around 70% of transformational business initiatives fail in some significant way. If you’ve been in business for any length of time, you’ve probably witnessed numerous examples of investments that were quietly written off, the programme names that we’d rather no-one mention, the opportunities thrown away and the investments that were made and declared to be successful but didn’t actually deliver any tangible, sustained outcome.
There are myriad of business schools ready to train your people (and consultancy firms ready to help you) yet landing a successful change programme too often seems out of reach.There’s change and there’s real change
Some change to your organisation is relatively easy - you’ve done it before and you know how to do it again.
But transformational change is hard and strategically important to growing organizations, whilst maintaining business as usual. Clearly business-as-usual change takes partners who've done it before.