Change Management Lecture Four
Business Environment 2 Prepared by … Dr. Magdy A. Khalaf PQI - AASTMT
Business Environment ... Internal Internal factors ... influence business present within the business itself usually under the control of business Internal factors include: Objectives and Policies of Business, Production Methods and Capacity, Management Information System, Organizational Structure, Features of Human Resource, etc. 3 Prepared by … Dr. Magdy A. Khalaf PQI - AASTMT
Business Environment ... External External factors ... influence business exist outside the business business has no control over these factors External factors include: 4 Customers Suppliers Competitors Public Marketing Intermediaries Political factors Macro- and Microeconomic factors Socio-cultural factors Technological factors Prepared by … Dr. Magdy A. Khalaf PQI - AASTMT
Organisational change Change is inevitable in organisations ... The new competitive landscape around the world, The explosion in manufacturing capability The growth in outsourcing and shared services The continuing and increasing possibility of global culture clashes It may be anticipated or unanticipated Prepared by … Dr. Magdy A. Khalaf PQI - AASTMT Firms may need to change their ... Culture Size Product range Production processes Leadership styles Target markets Structure 5
Individual Vs. Organisational Level Many useful changes in organizations take place at the individual and small group level. individual contributors identify a small need for change and make it happen. Prepared by … Dr. Magdy A. Khalaf PQI - AASTMT Change at the organizational level can be regarded as change in the fundamental way in which the company operates, such as ... moving from a government regulated utility to a competitive organization. For total organizational change to take place, every employee must be able and eager to rise to the challenge of change. Organizational change requires getting individuals at every level involved 6
Unfreeze – Chang - Refreeze Model Psychologist Kurt Lewin developed a three-step analysis model of the change process. To bring about change, you have to break old habits, create new ones, and solidify the new habits.
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