Change Management Assignment | Principles Of Change Management

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Change Management
TABLE OF CONTENTSIntroduction......................................................................................................................................3Body 1..............................................................................................................................................4Body 2..............................................................................................................................................6Conclusion.......................................................................................................................................9References......................................................................................................................................102
INTRODUCTIONLewin's model explains that there are contradicted internal, external forces some who drivechanges and other restrain it. When current policies and procedures do not give appropriateresults, then it becomes necessary to make effective modifications in the workplace to getexpected outcome (Vroue and et.al., 2012). Management of changes is the systematic approachwhich helps to make required modifications by considering the perspective of entity andindividuals those who work in it. From the previous records it is a fact that earlier companieswere not that much able to respond properly, but with the better understanding of changemanagement now organisations are performing well. Statistical facts show that in 2003 due topoor change management methodology firms success ratio was 34% but in 2005 it increased to55%. Over the year performance of entities were improving and they became able to respond tochanging environmental conditions (Altamony and et.al, 2016) (p.690-703 ). 2013 was thebenchmarked year in which growth has been reached to 79%; business units are much more ableto respond to changing circumstances. Changes affect business to a great extent; there are someuncertainties which can take place any time, so the manager of the company needs to be awareand need to make require modifications in the organisation accordingly.Change management is the systematic process, technique and tool which supports tomanage people at the time of implementing modifications to accomplish the business objective(Cameron and Green, 2015). As per the view of Lamarsh, change management is the applicationof knowledge and resources that assist the organisation in achieving its business strategies.Sustainable changes and improvements in the workplace to get the outcome. Principals ofchange management are addressing human needs, the involvement of each layer, proper3
communication, implementing modifications, continuous monitoring and review (Appelbaumand et.al, 2012). Present essay will discuss the principals of effective change management and how theseapplications are being applied in small organisations.BODY 1Principals of effective change managementThe Changes are the necessary part; this can support in improving the work-basedperformance of individual and can help to accomplish its objective significantly. It is divided inhere main sections; adopt changes, control and monitoring. Internal and external environmentalkeep changing, so it is very important for the entities to adopt the latest technologies and modifytheir working procedures to get an optimistic outcome. Principals of effective changemanagement assist in implementing these effectively and to get good results(Worley andMohrman, 2015). There are many reasons for making modifications such as technologicaladvancement, competitive advantage, etc. Several guiding principals of change management arediscussed as below (Wavis and Coan, 2015).Address human needs; It is the formal approach and helps to manage people whilemaking modifications in the organisation. It is the responsibility of HR manager to analysestheir behaviour and try to identify the needs of employees so that managers can make strategiesto fulfil their demand to make them positive towards the firm (Alfes, K. & et.al, 2013) (p. 330-351). Before implementing modifications in the organisation, it is very important to analysis theneeds of staff members so that by fulfilling their demands company can make them ready toaccept changes. Transformation can create a problem in the entity of leaders of the firms has to4

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