Change management does not eliminate the process of adopting change, but it reduces its magnitude and duration. The process of adopting change is the same for everyone, however, the magnitude of the reaction and the time required to complete each step vary by individual. There is no common denominator.
The role of the manager during transitions is decisive. It makes all the difference between success and failure. The project team must make every effort to inform and equip managers so that they can do their job.
We can say that changes are a constant thing within an organisation. They are initiated either from daily operations or strategic projects. But for changes to happen, all management levels need to be involved in the transition. Unfortunately, managing…
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