How Change Is An Organization

1677 WordsMay 11, 20167 Pages
Change is inevitable for any organization that desires to remain competitive and socially relevant in our ever-evolving market. However, the change process is complex and almost always challenged by resistance. Therefore, the methods utilized and the actual implementation of change must be selected to appropriately fit the type of change being executed. This procedural document describes a few of the types of changes an organization could experience and procedures for dealing with each. And, it also covers how to deal with possible resistance to change which plaques and could ultimately halt a change initiative. Usage of this document as a guide or for advice before, during, and after a change initiative can drastically increase the effectiveness and success of that change. The Types of Change an Organization Could Experience Because of the necessity that today’s global economy places on change, our multinational corporation must not only embrace but also master change management. “Change management is the process of continually renewing an organization’s direction, structure, and capabilities to serve the ever-changing needs of external and internal customers” (Kang, 2015, p. 27). The first step to being a skilled change manager/leader is understanding the different types of change which your organization could face. While there is some cross over between the types characterized here, each type should be appreciated for its own unique qualities. An agency change occurs
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