The Change Management Process

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Change Management “Evolve or die. If it ain’t broke, break it. If you don’t like change, you are going to like obsolescence even less” -Paul B. Brown These days’ organizations are operating in an increasingly turbulent milieu. The competition has taken a bigger stage ranging from regional, national to global. But ironically this competition is a part of ever changing melange of competitiveness and interdependencies. Mergers & Acquisitions, Alliances etc. have become the common business trends. Technology is evolving at a rate faster than ever before. Yesterday’s strategies are not likely to work in tomorrow’s workplaces. The new paradigm demands the companies to constantly reinvent themselves and change the way they operate whenever required…show more content…
It’s vital to continually keep a check on barriers of change. Putting efforts in removing obstacles can help people in taking the change move forward • Change is not just about the challenge but also the opportunity I would like to put forth the example of Hindustan Unilever here which tackles the process of change with utmost care and perfection and always succeeded in staying ahead of the…show more content…
Committing to sustainable and responsible growth Unilever’s journey towards building a future ready organisation gained momentum and direction in November 2010 when it launched Unilever Sustainable Living Plan (USLP). The aim of the plan was to double the size of the business while decoupling the growth from environmental impact and increasing the positive social impact. Hand washing program, Project Sunlight, Partner to Win, Help a child to reach 5 are some of the campaigns Unilever has undertaken to increase awareness among people and contribute to the very purpose of making sustainable living commonplace. 3. Building future ready talent and capabilities The list of programs of Unilever to build talent is very long. Unilever Future Leaders Programme, Incite, Food’s College, Shop floor Skill Upgrading Programme, Sparkle, Stepping into One are the programmes at Unilever to nurture a continuous learning environment that builds talent and new organisational capabilities. Unilever takes a holistic approach towards honing the talent and building leadership capabilities in its
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