Change Management in Petronas Assignment

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Change Management
TABLE OF CONTENTSINTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................32. literature Review......................................................................................................................33. Incident analysis and solution..................................................................................................5CONCLUSION................................................................................................................................8REFERENCES................................................................................................................................9
INTRODUCTIONChange management can be defined as a systematic approach which can be used by anorganisation in order to deal with the transformation as well as transition of an organisation'sgoals, techniques and processes. Change management is really important for the organisation asit helps in dealing with a change and minimising the negative impact of change within theworkplace. Main purpose of change management is to implementation of different strategies foreffective change, implementing the change, keeping change in control and also helping people toadapt the change in an organisation. In this report Petronas is taken as a organisation which is afamous Malaysian oil and gas company. The business environment of the industry is changingand company is wants to adopt new changes in order to compete in the market. There has been asignificant change in an industry and it has become really important for the frirm to survive inthe emerging market. The entire business environment is shifting towards the new and moreinnovative business environment. In order to address the change it is vital for the company toformulate different strategies of change and different models of change in order to implement thechange which can be effective for the organisation.2. literature ReviewAs per the views ofCameron & Green, (2015)there is a difference between theframework of Mento, Jones, and Dirndorfer (2002) and Lewin's change model three stages. Thefirst step of Lewin's change model is referred as Unfreezing stage and this stage makes theemployees of the organisation to realise that something is going to change her this step putsemphasis on the emotions of the employees like their denial, uncertainty, impatience as well asdoubt. According to this Lewin's model it vital for the organisation to involves employee andfully disclose the state of affairs why an organisation is implementing a change. This makesemployees constructive towards the change. On the other hand in Mento, Jones and Dirmdofer'sframework the first involves the idea of change and its context. In this it is important to highlightthe idea of what is needed to be changed and it also focuses on the creative tension which mayarise in the organisation. In step 2 of Mento, Jones and Dirmdofer's framework defines thechange initiative for which change is to brought in the organisation which can help theemployees to understand need for changes.As illustrated byCummings, Bridgman & Brown, (2016)Lewin's second step includesstep of moving or changing where a change is implemented in the company. This steps also
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