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Step by Step Process of Making Changes

BY: Jo Justin | Category: Issues | Submitted: 2010-03-03 10:09:32
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Article Summary: "Changes are very difficult to accept in any society. In spite of this, change has to occur and these changes can be easily implemented if they are made in a step by step process as detailed here..."

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Change is something that does not go well with many people. This is especially true when the person is comfortable with a particular kind of life and any change that seems to imbalance this comfort is greeted with extreme skepticism. In spite of this, there are various changes happening around us. In fact, the greatest change that has happened in the last few decades which has been of a great magnitude is the increased use of computers in all our activities. In spite of this, many people have been able to change and adapt to the use of computers in all our activities.

When change occurs, it will be easier to adapt if the process of change occurs in a step by step process that allows people to have adequate time to adjust themselves. The process of making changes is as follows.

1. Develop a plan:

The most important aspect of making a change is to make sure that the developing of a plan. This will help the people to make sure that there is a chance for the change to occur. It helps to take other people in the particular place into confidence making it easy for the plan to be implemented later on with minimal opposition.

2. Set goals and objectives:

Any change should have its own set of goals and objectives. Making changes just for the sake of making

3. Identify areas of support and resistance for the change:

Any change that happens in a company or organization is sure to have certain people who support the initiative and there are sure to be others who resist the various changes that are to be implemented. All these people should be

4. Include everyone in the planning process:

The change is a continuous process and the initial process where the planning is done for the change is a longer process. This is the time when all people should be included in the process of planning. The reason for this is that when more people are involved in the planning process of the changes, then the opposition to the change will be less and the support will be more. The people who were involved in the planning usually support the changes.

5. Set targets:

There should be a target for the changes to be implemented because this will help to get the changes finished within the time frame that is specific.

6. Implement changes:

The changes have to implemented once the time frame and the targets have been set. This helps to make it possible for the actual changes to occur. This is the most important phase of the process.

7. Strategies to overcome resistance to changes:

Once the changes have been implemented, the next stage is to make the strategies to overcome the resistance to the change that is happening. This will help to make the process of change as smooth as possible.

8. Evaluate and modify changes if needed:

The final step in the process of change is to evaluate, reevaluate and then modify any changes that are further needed.

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