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  1. 1. Understanding the Change Process Organizational change will succeed to the extent that individuals in the organization, themselves change. Change management requires understanding how individuals change as organizational change is based in changes in each employees..
  2. 2. STEPS IN CHANGE PROCESS A.PREPARATION STAGE. Contact stage: The earliest encounter a person has with the fact that change may take place or has already taken place. Awareness Stage: The person knows that a change is being contemplated.
  3. 3. B.ACCEPTANCE PHASE Understanding Stage: The person demonstrate some degree of understanding of the nature & objective of the change. Positive Perception: The person develops a positive view /attitude toward the change.
  4. 4. C.COMMITMENT PHASE Installation Stage: The change is implemented & becomes operational. Adoption stage: The change has been used long sufficient to demonstrate worth,& visible positive impact Institutionalization: The change has a long history of worth, durability & stability & has been officially incorporated into the routine operating actions of the organization. Internalization: Persons are highly committed to change because it is similar with their personal interests, goals or values systems.
  5. 5. PERSPECTIVES OF ORGANISATIONALCHANGE DEFINITION: Perspectives of organisational change gives the individual an approaching into the basic principles that force to change. They also gain an understanding of the factors that impact on the willingness & ability of individual to change. It shows the individual how to deal with the fear that may be generated where change is just around the approach.
  6. 6.  The Nature of organisational change Globalization of markets Technological changes. Political realignments. Changing Demographics. Changing Customer preferences Organizational restructuring.
  7. 7.  The principles of Organisational Change Honesty. Aims. Participation. Recognition Team Working & interpersonnal relationship Vision of the change..
  8. 8.  The Types of Organisational change. Happened Change. Reactive Change. Anticipatory Change Planned Change. Incremental Change Operational Change. Strategic Change.
  9. 9.  Fundamental change. Total Change. Transformational Change Change. Recreation. The Forces of Organizational Change External Forces Internal Forces
  10. 10.  External Forces 1.Demographic Characteristics Work force is more. Effectively manage. 2.Technological Advancements. 3.Market Changes. 4.Social & Political force.
  11. 11.  Internal Forces. Human Resource problems. Managerial Behaviour & decisions. PEOPLE/HUMAN RESOURCE
  12. 12. Nature of Organisational Change. quickness of Change in social ,political, & economic environments has marked impact on organizations & individuals. Some of the notable changes are: Globalization of markets. Companies should compete in international markets & local markets exposed to foreign competition.
  13. 13.  TECHNOLOGICAL CHANGES: Computers. Instantaneous communication. Faster transportation. POLITICAL REALIGNMENTS Free Trade Cooperation among nations. CHANGING DEMOGRAPHICS Has led to the decline in work ethics.
  14. 14.  Changing in sexual & family mores. Greater no of minorities & women joining the work force. CHANGING CUSTOMER PREFERENCES Customers are less loyal to particular products or companies. They are choosier, more demanding & better informed about the products by the mass media.
  15. 15.  ORGANISATIONAL RESTRUCTURING Downsizing. Resizing. Mergers & Acquisitions. New Challenges Changing Systems & Technologies. Structure
  16. 16. What Can Change Agents Change? Structure Technology Physical People Setting
  17. 17. Structure, Technology, and People as Targets of Organizational Change Structure + Technology Organizational Change People