Thursday, December 11, 2008

Change Mangement

Change management has become an integral part of any dynamic organisation, all organisation try to look out for major opportunities in their respective fields in order to out smart obsolesces and loss in market share and loss in the valuation of market capitalisation.

It is a continuous process and must continue to go on provided it has to get going smoothly in the hyper competitive today's global business environment.

On the contrary the resistance to change is an inevitable part during the change management process sometimes and quite often a very very painful process.

Resistance to change is very common disease and a phenomenon organisation have.It is the duty of the top management to carefully introspect and analyze the business environment and surroundings and then come to a conclusion what type of change an organisation requires .

In an global economic situation when the world has become increasingly small the change management is very much required.

In early 1990s Late Dr Micheal Hammer wrote " Business Process Reengineering" in short we call BPR.

To talk very carefully we mean all business activities are nothing but systematic process to achieve business goals, the emphasis of process has been taken from Late Adam Smith the great Scottish Economist and philosopher on his doctrine of " Division Of Labour".Process leads to enhancement of skill sets and a bunch of skill sets that requires upgrading.

Process management with effectiveness is an important part in managing successfully today's complex business.

The main question which lies in the resistance to change which is an obstacle to the effective change management and the capacity of the adaptability an organisation has.

Employees shy away from the change process because the consultants or Top management are not in a process to make the internal customers to understand about the benefits they will reap if change management in is used.

In today's knowledge bases economy every employer must create an organisation which will create value to its internal customers, and it can only be possible if it is a learning organisation.It's an expensive proposition to make a thriving learning organisation as involves money training and patients.

Whether the change is large or small, the ability to manage it is a critical component of high performance. Organizations must prepare for coming both external and internal changes, manage the complex organizational and workforce transition to the desired end state.

Top management must help them operate successfully once a business and transformation process to realize the greatest leverage from their business improvement efforts.

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