AMBA trainings

Change management



Motto: bad is the manager who lives in change all the time, but worse is the manager who cannot see the need for change!

As a matter of fact, the manager’s action during change manifests itself paradoxically: the drive to retain stability and competitive ability is in contradiction with change, with reaching future potential. Change is constant correction and coordination of the process, rearrangement of company structure, searching for new opportunities.

Change management is, first of all, personnel management and is based on three personnel driving forces:

  • Goals: if they coincide with the company’s goals, change will progress successfully, although in most cases change does cause resistance;
  • Business qualities: if a person has the desire to feel themselves a harmonic, whole personality, change may alter this attitude and the person will try to retain their previous condition;
  • Professional knowledge and skills: a person tries not to lose what they have gained, primarily that which ensures their existence and competitive ability.

It is essential that a balanced equilibrium should be found between stability and change:

  • Change types and factors. Prerequisites for change.
  • Resistance to change. An individual’s reaction to change.
  • Change models.
  • PEST analysis. The SNV method. Organisational conflict.
  • Growth strategies.
  • Change forcefields.
  • Reengineering: change model.
  • Interruption theory. Change formula.
  • 20 keys methodology.

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