Change Management Models Explained
Your Guide to Change Management Models
Change management, just like
its name may suggest, refers to business adjustment process which
involves shifting and transitioning of individuals, teams and whole
organizations from their current state to some targeted future
state. As an organizational process, its aim is to help
employees accept and deal with changes in the most rational and
efficient way. There are a number of distinctive change
management models that exist. But choosing which one of them is the
most suitable to be applied largely depends on the level of changes
that needs to be instituted as well as individual characteristics of
each organization and its employees.
Above medium size models are
complex models. They are used for
large and rather complicated change management projects. They
can involve large groups of employees from different
departments. Duration of these projects can vary from six to
thirty six months. Due to its complexity many employees may experience
high stress and doubts. So it is essential that the company employees
maintain open communicarion
channels to keep all the stakeholders properly informed.
An essential part
when applying any change management model is to build in evaluation
systems that consist of active listening and proper assessment.
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consider themselves a work in progress
Dr Franklin C. Ashby
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