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The Process of Change Management in an Organization

BY: Sathish k Paul | Category: Sales-Marketing | Submitted: 2010-10-27 19:26:29
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Change management is a common process that occurs in many companies and organizations, but the change management is a very difficult process. Change as such is very difficult, but when the management makes a change, the workers in a company feel that they will find it more difficult to have the process of change and accept it.
There are various methods in which the management has to decide on the process of change. This process is listed here.

1. Pre change assessment:

This is the most important phase of the process of change. The management has to make sure that there is an assessment of the employee's reaction to the process of change. If there is no assessment and the management goes ahead with the change, then it can cause a riot that causes a lot of problems to the people. The pre change assessment overcomes this problem and gauzes the mood of the employees. If there is a general idea against the change, then the management makes adequate preparation for the change to be implemented with more inputs to the unions. If the employees are dead against the change, then the management can try to delay the change process.

2. Preparation of change:

Once the assessment has been made, then if all is well with the management and the employees, then the ground work needs to be done. This is the preparation phase. The management has to buy the required things and also make sure that everything goes on smoothly. This is the work that is done in this phase of the change management process.

3. Strategy:

Once the preparation phase is over, where all the ground work is done, the next phase is the phase where the strategy is developed. As the strategies to implement the change are made, all the people who will be involved in the process should meet so that every person knows the role of theirs so that there is no ambiguity in the work that is being done. The work should be done in a streamlined manner so that all things are possible within the deadline.

4. Implementation phase:

This is the final phase in the change management process. The management has to implement the various plans into action. This will surely cause a few hiccups because of the fact that people may not be very confident of the new work or new activities. This will take some time to settle down. The phase may also overlap partly with the other phases. The reason is that the whole process of change cannot be done overnight in any organization. The change should be slow and be done in phases. Each phase of the change will have to be implemented before the person goes on to the next phase.

5. Post implementation assessment:

Many organizations stop with the implementation in the change process. For the whole process to be complete and done to the best outcome, the change should be reassessed by the people who are concerned. This will ensure that the whole process of change is implemented correctly.

This is the best method that can be used by the management in the process of change. If all the phases are done in sequence, then the process will be smooth and good. It will be completed in good time and efficiently so that the outcome is good too.

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