Stages of organisational change, Other Management

Stages of organisational change

The Organisation change model chosen must be a data driven, enterprise wide, systemic approach to change. It should be planned in such a way that it increases the long-term financial health and operational performance of the organisation, while getting better with its competitive advantage and enriching the lives of all stakeholders.

Typically, organisation-wide change involves greater planning, co-ordination and implementation. Adding a new department, adding a new process unit, changes   in  mission, business process re-engineering, restructuring operations, changes in the use of technology, changes in process methodology of manufacturing are some of the examples of organisational change.

Cumings and Worley describes a comprehensive, five-phase, general process for managing change which can be applied for any organisation that would need change management. The steps of an Organisational change model include the following five stages:

  • Create Vision.
  • Motivate change.
  • Develop support.
  • Manage the transition.
  • Sustain Momentum.

The figure describes the organisational change model:

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Figure: Organisational change models

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