Management Processes And Organisational Change Management

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Executive Summary Change in the management processes and organisational change is always essential for the development of organisations. It upsurges plan and project success and enhance the efficiency of overall organisation. One of the greatest importance of change management is that it provides conceptual framework for people, the process, and the organisation implementing change. Organisational Change Management TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Executive Summary ………………………………………………………………………… 1 2. Introduction ...……………………………………………………….……………………… 3 3. References …………………………………………………………………………………… 5 Organisational Change Management…show more content…
As the competitiveness in business environment has increased, Kitchenware Company turned out to be more problematic than they first were. The kitchen warehouse confronted various concerns not only within the organisation but outside the organisation as well, that entails with the lack of interest of senior management towards their jobs that leads in the course of the major reduction in the productivity of staffs. On the other hand the key external issues rose due to the incompetency of the employees when the company’s main clients were lost. It was perceived that higher authorities found it challenging to satisfy the demand of their key customers that initiated major reductions in their revenues as well as it influenced the whole aims and intents of the association (Hayes, 2014). Dennis and Nick comprehended that the managing director was out of his seriousness and suffered from a lack of capability to create significant relationships with key customers. When the new owners met their customers they recognised how worst their customer relationships were. Above visualised statements exposed that how poor communication process was accumulated (Bjerregaard, 2014). Due to unresponsiveness to market demands, a poor buying and stock management capability of the company, it had led poor quality products, a large slow-shifting stock, a sales force and a strategy that targeted wholesale outlets rather than key retailers. There
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