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Why Is Organizational Change Management Important? Organizational change is necessary for companies to succeed and grow. Change management drives the successful adoption and usage of change within the business. It allows employees to understand and commit to the shift and work effectively during it.

This textbook will help you to:

  1. Puts you (organization or employee) in a better position to be ready for change.
  2. Develops a better understanding of the kind of change required – understanding that different characteristics of change need different approaches.
  3. Helps you(organization or employee) implement a process to navigate the required change in the organization.
  4. Brings clarity to why change is necessary and what it will achieve in the organization
  5. Builds commitment to work together, to bring people with you.
  6. Can help with appreciating what is currently done well, so that the future is built on strengths that currently exist within the organisation.
  7. Shapes change through principles that establish how you manage change – the principles upon which change is shaped.
  8. Delivers change that results in real improvements – all improvement involves change, but not all change brings improvement.

 

Description

Table of Contents

  1. Change Management System: Introduction and definition.

Chapter One

  1. Characteristics of changes in modern times: An overview.
  2. Forces of change: what are the forces of change we have in an organization.
  3. What is change means in general terms?
  4. The nature of change: what are the nature of the change we have in an organization.

 Chapter Two

  1. What will change mean to somebody in a business environment?
  2. The system nature of the organization: An overview.
  3. The effect of change management in an organizational system.
  4. Greatest change management obstacles in an organizational system.

10. Resistance to change: types of resistance to change in general.

11. Resistance to change: types of resistance to change in an organizational system

Chapter Three

12. Effective remedies/response to resistance to change in an organization.

13. Six cardinal points on how to overcome resistance to change in an organization.

14. Other strategies applicable to deal with resistance to change in an organization e.g ADKAR model ideology (Awareness, Desire, Knowledge, Ability and Reinforcement).

15. Reactions to change: Reaction to Negative changes in an organization Part one and Part two

16. Reactions to change: Reaction to Positive changes in an organization

Chapter Four

17. Strategies for change in an organization: Kolter and Schlesinger (1979).Six methods to implement change and overcoming resistance.

18. Assimilation points: General overview details

19. The state of change in an organization.

20. The transition period of change in an organization.

21. Change implementation in an organization: The winners and the losers etc

22. The strategies for change management system obstacles in an organization.

Chapter Five

23. Factors in selecting a change management system strategy in an organization.

24. Top five contribution strategies to success of change management system in an organization.

25. The continuum of planned changes:

  • Incremental changes e.g turning, adaption.
  • Discontinuous changes e.g re-orientation, re-creation.

26. The transformational changes: An overview.

27. The change process in an organization.

Chapter Six

28. The Action Research Model: The change agent.

29. The Institutionalization of the change.

30. Graphical representation of four phases of the change management process in an organization.

31. Explanations of four phases of the change management process in an organization.

Conclusion

32. Summary of the change management process in an organization: Action research.

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