It is in the nature of any organization to evolve and adapt in response to the change continuum in order to be relevant and competitive. Changes may be heralded by a host of factors such as events that affect the status quo, process improvements, new technology, restructuring or a result of merger and acquisition.
Change management is the process of developing a systematic approach to change in an organization with the objective of maximizing the collective benefits for all people involved in the change and mitigating the risk of failure of implementing the change. It is a process to ensure that proposed changes are warranted and will not have an adverse impact on the other aspects of the organizational plan.
Change management has three broad dimensions. They translate to the ability to adapt to change, control change and effect the necessary change. Further, the