MGMT-515-81: Strategic HR Management
Final Paper: Change Management
What is Change Management?
Change Management is a term used to refer to the introduction of new processes in an organization, or the management of people who are experiencing change. By introducing change of any kind to an organization, you will be testing the strength of the organizational structure. As change is implemented, management will begin to see what areas of the structure are strong and which areas require re-evaluation. In this way you can use change within your organization as one of the ways you monitor and evaluate your organizational structure, and then implement changes that can make the company more efficient and better prepared for the daily tasks of business. Dealing with inevitable change in an organization typically involves transitioning to a new way of working. Sometimes this occurs during a business transformation that realigns people, processes and technology seamlessly to new strategic objectives. Other times, changes can be intimidating and stressful, frequently because of the uncertainty often associated with new situations. Whether managing large-scale change or simple alterations to policies and procedures, if you prepare adequately and communicate effectively, you can help yourself and others accept change with minimal disruption. Culture
Culture is fundamentally about the meaning that people make of the world and the tools they have to deal with the world. Leadership culture is the meaning that people make and the tools they have to create shared direction, alignment and commitment throughout the organization. The goal of culture change work is to purposefully and actively build capability for new ways of working. Culture is made up of the values, beliefs, underlying assumptions, attitudes, and behaviors shared by a group of people. Culture is the behavior that results when a group arrives at a set of, generally unspoken...
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