About ProVicis

The name " ProVicis is a composition of Pro and Vicis . Vicis is Latin for change . For processes of change, our consultants are available to Your organization. Regular commercial enterprises (like project developers, investors, wholesale companies) or foundations (such as pension funds) are supported. Also government related institutions such as housing associations, corporations and municipalities are assisted by ProVicis and its associated consultants in extensive change processes.

Management of change

Since 1991, a large number of assignments are executed on behalf of well-known clients including real estate related companies like developer WILMA (today BAM), CORIO, RABO, STAAL Bankiers, Achmea, Amsterdam Airport and Redevco. However also companies like Efteling (amusement park), Mennens (market leader in hoisture equipment), and the broadcasters NPS (with VARA/VPRO) and NOS are assisted in their processes of change.

Heraclitus lived from 536 to 470 BC. He has expressed several immortal statements, of which the most famous one is "Panta Rhei" which means: “Everything flows”. He referred to the fact that everything is constantly changing, nothing is permanent. Heraclitus used the metaphor of the impossibility of touching the same river twice. After all, the River, changes every second. So, when the only constant is that everything changes, we should be prepared to change ourselves and our environment continuously.

Change management is, in fact, a professional and structured proceeding of adjustments of processes, organizations, teams and/or individuals from a carefully documented current state to a desired future State. Change management is the process of adapting a system in a controlled manner by processing a carefully predefined framework or model. The significance of the specialist field of change management is increasing, in particular through the recognition that organizations are made up of individuals and that their attitudes and behaviour (culture) are, in the end, the base of social configuration of an organization.