Employee Behaviour & Organizational Change

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TERM PAPER
OF
MANAGEMENT PRACTICES & ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOUR
ON
EMPLOYEE BEHAVIOUR & ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE

ABSTRACT

Nothing is permanent in this world but “Change”

What are your reactions when you hear the word “Change”….?? * Negative Perceptions
* Positive Perceptions

This term paper contains a journey to organizational change, various types of organizational changes, responses to those changes. It also includes the reasons why employees resist to changes in an organization and how to overcome them. At last, it contains managers’ role in facilitating effective changes in an organization.

CONTENTS PAGE NO. 1. Introduction 4 2. General Topology of Organizational Change 6 3. Literature Review 6 3. Journey through organizational change 8 * Types of Organizational Change 9 * Response to Organizational Change 9 4. Types of Resistance 9 * Reasons of Employee Resistance to Change 11 * How to overcome resistances to change 11 *

5. Three stages in organizational change 12 6. Managers’ Role 13 7. Conclusion 14 8. References `15

Introduction
It is not the strongest of the species that survive, nor the most intelligent But the one most responsive to change.
It is not the strongest of the species that survive, nor the most intelligent But the one most responsive to change.

Change
Meaning of Change: “To cause to be Different, to alter” Any alteration in the working environment that affects the ways in which employees must act. Change is the law of nature. Change is necessary for an organization’s growth and survival. Employees in an organization has to continuously mould themselves according to the changes so as to meet the new...
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