Change management is a term that is bandied about freely.
Reflections on the art of managing change. New technologies and platforms keep emerging — and with them new markets, new business models and, often, new competitors. With that in mind, this issue of MIT Sloan Management Review includes a number of articles that focus on different aspects of managing and leading change in business.
In " How to Change an Organization Without Blowing It Up ," Karen Golden-Biddle offers an alternative to the kind of dramatic — and often traumatic — large-scale change initiatives that attempt to shake up an organization but may yield few beneficial long-term results.
Bingham and Steven J. Kahl explore how companies can use analogies to help make unfamiliar ideas — such as new technologies — more familiar and thus more readily accepted. Other articles in this issue look at how companies change to better serve their customers. A Global Forecast for the Next Forty Yearscontains hints of changes companies will need to adapt to in the years ahead, as climate change, resource use and population growth negatively affect the natural environment we all live and work in.Identify change champions: The Deloitte Review article “HR for Humans” discusses how HR can use data analytics in hiring to find the right employees for an organization’s specific needs.
26 These principles can be applied to structuring internal teams, allowing leaders to more accurately identify people likely to flourish within the new. The purpose of this article is, therefore, to provide a critical review of some of the main theories and approaches to organisational change management as an important first step towards.
With that in mind, this issue of MIT Sloan Management Review includes a number of articles that focus on different aspects of managing and leading change in business. Although total quality management (TQM), business process re-engineering (BPR) and other change initiatives embrace several of these characteristics (Balogun and Hope Hailey, ; Pettinger, ) this article will concentrate on the main characteristics Organisational Change Management: A Critical Review of change and not on .
Managing change means managing people's fear. Change is natural and good, but people's reaction to change is unpredictable and can be irrational.
It can be managed if done right. Organisational Change Management: A Critical Review RUNE TODNEM BY Queen Margaret University College, Edinburgh, UK ABSTRACT It can be argued that the successful management of change is crucial to any organisation in order to survive and succeed in .