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What is Change Management?

Change management is a process that involves managing and implementing changes. This change can be a modification in business operations, structure, culture, and more. 

In this process, the organization’s dedicated team prepares (by providing training)) and supports employees, sets clear steps to adjust to change, monitors pre and post-impact of the change, and communicates the insights with stakeholders.

But for whom change management implementation is important? Organizations who are undergoing acquisition, merger, or restructuring their current infrastructure. 

How to Implement Change Management?

You need to follow certain steps in order to effectively implement change management, these steps include:

  • Step 1: Set a clear process. This means segregating the change management process into different stages and assigning roles and responsibilities to manage each stage.
  • Step 2: Next step is to outline duties, when you give an individual responsibilities to manage change make sure to outline what all they are expected to do. So they know what they have to deliver without any confusion.
  • Step 3: Create a communication channel so that every individual who is involved in the implementation of the change management process is informed and stays up-to-date about the progress.
  • Step 4: Opt for a change management tracking system. This system will help you record every step taken during the implementation of changes and who is responsible for implementing them. By doing so, you can hold individuals accountable for their task.
  • Step 5: Provide training to your employees, this way they can adjust to the changes made within the organization. Also, this will help ensure they don’t lag behind and decrease their productivity. 
  • Step 6: Conduct a periodic review. This helps understand if the changes are implemented effectively or not. If not, your team can further take actions to make improvements. This minimizes the likelihood of occurrence of loopholes/gaps in the process. 

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