Change Management

Refers to any approach to transitioning individuals, teams, and organizations using methods intended to re-direct the use of resources, business process, budget allocations. Or other modes of operation that significantly reshape a company or organization.

Organizational Management (OCM) considers the full organization and what needs to change.[1] Organizational Management principles and practices include CM as a tool for focused solely on the individual.

CM focuses on how people and teams are affected by an organizational transition. It deals with many different disciplines, from behavioral and social sciences to information technology and business solutions.

In a project management context, CM may refer to the control process wherein changes to the scope of a project are formally introduced and approved.[2][3]

With the business environment experiencing so much, organizations must then learn to become comfortable with change as well. Therefore, the ability to manage and adapt to organizational change is an essential ability required in the workplace today.

Yet, major and rapid organizational is profoundly difficult because the structure, culture, and routines of organizations often reflect a persistent.

Difficult-to-remove “imprint” of past periods, which are resistant to radical change even as the current environment of the organization rapidly.[16]