CHANGE MANAGEMENT
K.SASHI KUMAR
B.Sc,M.B.A
Sree Vidyanikethan institute of
management,tirupati,
Andhra Pradesh.
What is change?
 Change is making things different. It is an alternation in the
existing field of forces which tends to a...
Change accelerates 
• Knowledge  creative thoughts
• Technology  competition with SCA
• Innovation  new products and s...
Force of change
• Nature of work place (multicultural environment
caused by demographic changes, immigration and
outsourci...
Micro Factors causing Organizational
Change
1. Rapid growth or even decline of business
2. Induction of new people
3. Deca...
Types of changes
• Change is to move from present to the future, from
known state to relatively unknown state.
1. Happened...
2. Reactive change:
• Changes that are clearly in response to an event or
series sub events are termed as reactive change....
3. Anticipatory change:
Change carried out in expectation of an event or series of events
is called anticipatory change.
4...
5.Incremental Change:
Change directed at micro level and focused on
units, sub-units and components with in the
organizati...
6. Operational change:
This is necessitated when an organization
needs to improve the quality of its products or
services ...
7.Strategic Change:
Change that addressed to the organization as a
whole or to the most of the organization
components inc...
8.Directional change:
A change in direction may become imperative
for an organization due to
a)Severe competition
b)Regula...
9. Fundamental Change:
This entails a redefinition of the current purpose
or mission of the organization.
Ex: If drastic c...
10.Total Change:
For total change , the organization is
constrained to develop a new vision and a
strong link between its ...
11. Transformational Change:
where entire or greater part of the change
involves in the organization.
It could be change i...
12. Revolutionary change:
Abrupt change in organizational strategy and
design represent revolutionary change.
… such chang...
Sources of resistance to change
• Resistance to change at two levels
1.At individual level 2. organizational level
Individ...
5. Selective information processing ( people
purposely try to avoid more information)
6. Saving face( ( some executives ar...
3. Group Inertia: Even if individuals are willing to
change, group norms prevent them acting
independently.
4. Threat to E...
Managing resistance to change
1. Education and communication
2. Participation
3. Stress management
4. Negotiation
5. Suppo...
THANK YOU
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  1. 1. CHANGE MANAGEMENT K.SASHI KUMAR B.Sc,M.B.A Sree Vidyanikethan institute of management,tirupati, Andhra Pradesh.
  2. 2. What is change?  Change is making things different. It is an alternation in the existing field of forces which tends to affect equilibrium.  Change is one reality with individuals, groups organizations must constantly cope up in order to SURVIVE.  Change is the most critical aspect of an effective management.  If an organization fail to change – the cost of failure may be very high.  If organization fail to bring timely change – survival is ruled out.
  3. 3. Change accelerates  • Knowledge  creative thoughts • Technology  competition with SCA • Innovation  new products and services • Commitment • Trust • Usage of internet
  4. 4. Force of change • Nature of work place (multicultural environment caused by demographic changes, immigration and outsourcing) • Technology (To cope with new opportunities for organization) • Economic shocks (economic bubbles burst) • Competition (merges, acquisitions, take over's) • Social trends (internet chat rooms, more female workers, consumer forums, on-line shopping) • World politics (political instability – terrorism etc..,)
  5. 5. Micro Factors causing Organizational Change 1. Rapid growth or even decline of business 2. Induction of new people 3. Decaying of effectiveness of organization 4. Change in the corporate strategy 5. Any major crisis in the organization 6. Personal goals of new leader or change of management style 7. The Dominico effect i.e. one change touching off a sequence of related changes
  6. 6. Types of changes • Change is to move from present to the future, from known state to relatively unknown state. 1. Happened change:  Change is rather unpredictable and takes place naturally due to external factors. Ex: currency devaluation
  7. 7. 2. Reactive change: • Changes that are clearly in response to an event or series sub events are termed as reactive change. ex: technological changes i.e. forced to invest in modern technologies.
  8. 8. 3. Anticipatory change: Change carried out in expectation of an event or series of events is called anticipatory change. 4. Planned change: Planned change or developmental change is undertaken to improve upon the current ways of operating. It is calculated change . Ex: T&D, Building Teams
  9. 9. 5.Incremental Change: Change directed at micro level and focused on units, sub-units and components with in the organization are termed as incremental changes. • Changes are bought in gradually and are usually adaptive in nature. • Slowly / step by step change leads to healthier direction
  10. 10. 6. Operational change: This is necessitated when an organization needs to improve the quality of its products or services due to external competition. • Operational change include bringing new technology, TQM
  11. 11. 7.Strategic Change: Change that addressed to the organization as a whole or to the most of the organization components including strategy. Ex: Toyota…. Less hierarchical…leaner, flexible decentralised. Infosys ….. No boss
  12. 12. 8.Directional change: A change in direction may become imperative for an organization due to a)Severe competition b)Regulatory shifts in Government policies ex: pricing , import and export, R& D activities
  13. 13. 9. Fundamental Change: This entails a redefinition of the current purpose or mission of the organization. Ex: If drastic changes in business environment If failure of corporate leadership If problem with employee morale Sharp fall in turnover
  14. 14. 10.Total Change: For total change , the organization is constrained to develop a new vision and a strong link between its strategy, employees and business performance. …… due to long term failure of business ……. Concentration of powers in one hand where using for personal interest at company cost.
  15. 15. 11. Transformational Change: where entire or greater part of the change involves in the organization. It could be change in shape ( size, Complexity) Structure ( system , ownership) Nature ( assumption, culture and technology)
  16. 16. 12. Revolutionary change: Abrupt change in organizational strategy and design represent revolutionary change. … such change comprises of 3 E’s 1.Envisioning: which is to articulate a clear and visible vision 2.Energizing: Which is mobilizing of employees individually and collectively and uncalculating the excitement of change. 3.Enabling: Which is to provide necessary resources support structures and process.
  17. 17. Sources of resistance to change • Resistance to change at two levels 1.At individual level 2. organizational level Individual level 1.Habit ( habits die hard) 2.Security ( change may cause to lose job) 3.Economic factors ( may result low earnings) 4.Fear of unknown ( people in unknown environment)
  18. 18. 5. Selective information processing ( people purposely try to avoid more information) 6. Saving face( ( some executives are adamant… to avoid such people and save their face) Organizational level: 1.Structural inertia ( established system is seay than new one) 2.Limited focus of change ( ( organization with a number of interdependent subsystems, one can not be cahnged)
  19. 19. 3. Group Inertia: Even if individuals are willing to change, group norms prevent them acting independently. 4. Threat to Expertise: Specialized groups may feel that their expertise may become irrelevant in the changed environment. 5. Loss of power or authority: Top officials may fear of their power gets eroded when changes are made in the new organization. 6. Reduction in resource allocations: Groups may feel fear of resources in case of change
  20. 20. Managing resistance to change 1. Education and communication 2. Participation 3. Stress management 4. Negotiation 5. Support and commitment 6. Equity in implementing changes 7. Avoid twisting and distorting facts 8. Co-optation ( key roles to resistors) 9. Selection of Amenable people.
  21. 21. THANK YOU
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