MANAGEMENT OF CHANGE & DEVELOPMENT TRANSFERING CIRCUMSTANCES PRESENTED BY M.BHARATHI MBA
CONTENTS What is change ?What is change management?Types of changesHow these changes influence the transferring circumstancesconclusion
CHANGE• Change Is.....• Change is something that presses us out of our comfort zone. It is destiny-filtered, heart grown, faith built. Change is inequitable; not a respecter of persons. Change is for the better or for the worst, depending on where you view it. Change has an adjustment period which varies on the individual. It is uncomfortable, for changing from one state to the next upsets our control over outcomes. Change has a ripping effect on those who won’t let go.Change is won by victors not victims; and that choice is ours
CHANGE MANAGEMENT Change management is a structured approach to shifting/transitioning individuals, teams, and organizations from a current state to a desired future state. It is an organizational process aimed at empowering employees to accept and embrace changes in their current business environment. In project management, change management refers to a project management process where changes to a project are formally introduced and approved.
TYPES OF CHANGES Missionary changes Strategic changes Operational changes (including Structural changes) Technological changes Changing the attitudes and behaviors of personnel
MISSIONARY CHANGES Mission Statement Like the Missionary, your Mission Statement will turn your vision into practice. The Mission Statement is the one that will actually do the work. Mission Have we done our work in a way that monitors to ensure we really are accomplishing our mission? And if not, how might we change our work to ensure we are indeed accomplishing that work?
STRATEGIC CHANGES Planning and implementing strategic change is an important aspect to the management role. Strategic change is a term that is frequently used in business, but what does it really mean? In basic terms strategic change is about having a strategy to manage change. Strategy is derived from the Greek wood “strategos”, meaning: stratos (army) and ago (ancient Greek for leading). A strategy is a long-term plan to achieve specific objectives or goals. Strategies are focused on the future and bring about sustained change, and typically require detailed planning and analysis. In Business, strategy planning is often seen as key to future success or even survival. With the world changing at a rapid pace, companies need to be dynamic and flexible to stay in business. They need to foresee the future and be ready to adapt to the potential changes that will come their way.
TECHNOLOGICAL CHANGES Technological change (TC) is a term that is used to describe the overall process of invention, innovation and diffusion of technology or processes The term is redundant with technological development, technological achievement, and technological progress. In essence TC is the invention of a technology (or a process), the continuous process of improving a technology (in which it often becomes cheaper) and its diffusion throughout industry or society. In its earlier days, technological change was illustrated with the Linear Model of Innovation, which has now been largely discarded to be replaced with a model of technological change that involves innovation at all stages of research, development, diffusion and use.
OPERATIONAL CHANGES• the change occurs in operational areas like manufacturing, production units, processes it includes structural changes etc;
The Four Layers of Operational Change standardization integrationCentralization andoptimization
CONCLUSION• Change may be in two ways positive change and negative change positive change helps to get best results from present stage to future stage