Change Management

    It refers to the processes used to manage internal and external changes in an organization. It enables an organization to anticipate and deal effectively with market changes. This process involves adopting new technologies, corporate strategies, and techniques and implementing new tools, knowledge, and resources. As part of the change management process, you should prepare and support employees for change, monitor pre-, and post-change activities, and evaluate progress. More closely managing innovation and change resembles large-scale projects rather than implementing generic strategies.

    Principles of successful change management:

    1. Create a climate for change: To ensure a positive transition in any organization, management should first create a climate receptive to change. The growth can be intimidating or even frustrating, but management needs to communicate the importance of change and guide the teams where change occurs. Management should also provide a clear vision to jump-start the transition process.
    2. Engage and enable change: The organization needs to engage and enable employees to enact the change. When change is required, those responsible for carrying out the new procedures must be identified.
    3. Implement and sustain change: After individuals and teams in the organization are enabled and motivated, it is time to implement and sustain the change. It is important to keep focused and maintain the pressure to achieve the desired outcome.
    4. Review and reflect on change: After the general principles have been implemented, the review is essential in the change management process. Change is a dynamic process, even when management communicates effectively and assigns responsibilities appropriately. Reflecting on past results and outcomes will help you prepare for future challenges.

    Join Our Community

    and stay up-to-date with everything going on in the Akrivia HCM