“The measure of intelligence is the ability to change”
~ Albert Einstein
Change management is a systematic approach to dealing with developmental, transitional, or transformational change of an organization’s goals, processes, or technologies. The purpose of change management is to implement strategies for effecting change, controlling change, and helping people to adapt to change. Such strategies include having a structured procedure for requesting a change, as well as mechanisms for responding to requests and following them up.
It is paramount to effectively communicate before, during, and after changes. People resist change to alignment and understanding is critical to success. The number one reason for failure to change is poor communications.
About the Author:
Michael Martin has more than 35 years of experience in systems design for broadband networks, optical fibre, wireless and digital communications technologies.
He is a Senior Executive with IBM Canada’s Office of the CTO, Global Services. Over…
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