Study has the following two main objectives:-
To identify the important causes and effects of change in the organizations.
To evaluate the efficiency of the change management in the organizations.
Need and Significance
1. Survival and success
To survive and succeed in the present highly
competitive and continuously evolving business environment change management is
very important in the organizations.
2. Delays :-
To reduce change-associated cost and
3. Mitigating failures :-
It enables the evaluation
of change dependencies and effects, and it is essential to controlling and
mitigating failure factors in projects.
4. Open minded workplace
helping employees better understand change, a workplace is created that is more
open-minded and inviting to change. Change management can help ease this
tension and create a smooth implementation process.
management plays an important role in successful organizational transitions.
However, many companies find that implementing the right strategy can be
tends to increase productivity and service in all the departments in a company.
7. Driving more
successful change :-
Data and experience
show that effective change management drives greater benefit realization and
achievement of results and outcomes. Building change management capabilities
means greater success on critical projects and initiatives.
8. Handling the amount
of change occurring :-
Given the amount of
and frequency of change occurring in organizations today, becoming better at
implementing change is essential.
organization for the future :-
The horizon for many organizations, and even
industries, includes significant changes that are necessary to remain
competitive and successful.
consistency and efficiencies in approach :-
Change management practices across an
organization can be more effective when there is a standard approach in place.
internal capabilities :-
Change management is
viewed as an essential organizational capability and individual competency for
Evaluation of Changes :-
Change management is an integral
process to identify existing and already occurred changes, predict potential
changes and prevent their impacts, and coordinate changes throughout the entire