Plan the roadmap: Based on goal set by organisation, present system is analysed. If there is a need desired for change in technology or process for achieving the same, step by step analysis of the system need to be done. A proper roadmap for the implementing the change should be planned which shall involve the
A. Evaluating strategic options A desired result can be produced through effective implementation of strategies. Effective strategy means when it accomplished to attain the short term or long term goals which is in line with the vision and mission of the organization as well as the expectations of the stakeholder. Top level management should understand how effectively operational process in an organization can be done in a competitive environment and the organizational components which influence the operational process. The organization has many choices in strategy formulation.
It is of equal importance to align the vision of the organization with the new change. Leppitt mentions that there are critical steps which should be undertaken to suffice sustenance between organizational change and its new vision. According to Leppitt these steps are, “understanding the context of the issue and its rectification” (Leppitt, 2006, pg. 223). The problems are identified and a clear mechanism is erected to direct the organization towards new objectives.
Factors Influencing Recruitment Realizing the importance of recruitment, it’s essential to understand what factors effects the process. There are certain factors which are involved to influence the functionality of the recruitment process and eventually affect the performance and outputs. If you want the recruitment process to work best for you and give the results as predicted, you must consider the factors first. Internal and External Factors
Through this, it generates debates on the issue and popularizes it to effect the designed change. The change, which is the ultimate of social movements, could be achieve either partially or in full depending on the commitment, the strategies and methods employed by the group as well as the resistance posed by the opposing forces. This explains why every social movement must be armed with an ideology. The leadership must be well organized to carry the people along to orientate them towards a change of the social system. The leadership helps weigh the pros and cons of each of the methods before embarking on it but whatever technique adopted must be with the ultimate aim of achieving its goal.
This chapter sets out to discuss the principle components of organisational change and development. It will further present an overview strategic management, and the factors that influence organisational change and human resources strategy. Therefore, the purpose of this chapter is to give a theoretical background, which provides a framework for a thorough analysis of the problem under review with a view of coming up with solutions. 2.1.0 ORGANISATIONAL CHANGE Since some of the factors that have been highlighted as being change drivers in an organisation are its structure, the technology that it uses in the process of production or provision of services and the changes that occur in people (employees), interaction of these three is
The COO role is essential for project as they have insight into changes that DIL might adapt in future. As these changes impact the projects, therefore COO must ensure that the changes, if any, are implemented in such a way that benefits DIL as a whole. The COO will need information of how the scope of EMIS will be effected given a proposed change to make a decision. Stakeholders for EMIS project Stakeholders for this project are individual, inside and outside project organization who can impact or have impact from the project. However, for the purpose of communication plan, we will narrow the stakeholders to those who are critical for successful completion of project, therefore, key stakeholders.
1.0 INTRODUCTION Why should be reform or make changes? Should an organization make changes? What are the factors that lead to change? What is the medium that allows the organization to achieve the desired changes? What are the consequences as a result of these changes?
It is important to know their level and power of influence they hold in the organization, support required from them and their reaction to change. These three factors will decide their impact. The reaction to change can also be marked as enthusiast, followers and
This decision making process will implemented when ; • the need of changes or to prevent unwanted changes must be accepted by the people involved • there must be the political will and ability to put the plan into effect. Where these conditions are not met, and yet problems are pressing, it may be appropriate to mount an awareness campaign or set up demonstration areas with the aim of creating the conditions necessary for effective planning. Does this concept used in