A systematic strategy to cope with the transformation or transition of an organization’s goals, procedures, or technologies is known as change management. Change management’s ultimate goal is to put in place techniques for bringing about change, controlling it, and assisting people in adapting to it. An organized process for requesting a change, along with systems for responding to and following up on requests, are examples of such tactics.
Developing a change management strategy aids in easier transitions. You can require changes, but if you don’t have a strategy for implementing, monitoring, and reporting on their performance, you’re setting yourself up for failure. Change management provides you more control over the entire process, regardless of the sort of change you want to make – a process that often supports a costly implementation strategy and investment.
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Also, See: Risk Management
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