Organizational Change

1506 Words Sep 4th, 2007 7 Pages
Change Management
A need for growth in any organization to stay a viable entity must occur. Organizational change is inevitable. Just like anything in life, markets and cultures change which require constant attention and preparation. In order to be successful in any market, an organization has to be able transform itself to the needs for the market. CrysTel is no stranger to change. CrysTel is a telecommunication company with over 2500 employees and a gross income of approximately $200 million a year. Products included in there list of services include data cables, wireless solutions, and network development. The product profile is data cables, wireless solutions and network development. Because of the nature of
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There is a problem with the organization that involving communication. To eliminate any type of rumor about how and what type of change is going to occur within the organization, meetings will need to be held. To assist in this type of meeting the company can incorporate Town Hall meetings and teleconferences to ensure that all employees can be apart of the meeting. The next phase of organization will include the split of Sales and Delivery sections of the company. These departments have very different focuses, and it will be easier to focus on needs with separate sections. Opening the lines of communications will also be an essential for developing sustained change. Once each department is split, a conference will need to be conducted to solicit ideas of goals and performance based incentives so that each employee understand the need to grow along with what they can do to further themselves within the organization and other incentives. Some types of incentives that may be need would include sales based incentives for but the Marketing and Sales departments and a benchmark performance based incentive for the Delivery section of the company.
Once these types of changes are in place a new program with the organization will be needed to ensure a continued growth for CrysTel. A Leadership Counsel comprised of 2 to 3 members from each department will be selected to meet once a month to discuss challenges and needs
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