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5 Steps to Effective Organisational Change Management

Today most of the organisations are in a constant state of flux as they respond to the fast-moving business environment, local and global economies, etc., This change is caused by new technology implementation in an organisation. This means that workplace processes, tactics and strategies must continuously change and evolve for an organisation to stay competitive. A consistent change management process will aid to minimize the impact of your employees and for your organisation.

The change affects your most important asset, in your business or personal life. Losing employees is costly due to the recruitment costs and the time involved getting new employees up to speed.


A change management plan can support and guide your employees in a smooth transition through the change journey. The fact is that approximately 70 per cent of change initiatives fail due to negative attitudes of employees and unproductive management behaviour. Using the services of a professional change management training program could ensure you are moving towards the winning state.

Clearly define the change in your organisation and align it to business goals.

It might seem obvious but many organisations miss this first step. It’s important to have a critical review for your organisation and to ensure that the change will carry your team in the right direction strategically, financially, and ethically. These procedures  can also support you to determine the value of the change in your organisation, which will quantify the effort and inputs you should invest.

Determine the impacts of the change

Once you have a clear view about what you wish to achieve and why, you should then determine the impacts of the change at various levels in your organisation, and then review the effect on each business unit and how it cascades through the organisational structure to the individual. A blueprint will generate with this information for where training and support are needed the most to mitigate the impacts.

Develop a communication strategy

Although all employees in your team should take part in this change journey, and they must communicate about the change too. Determine the most effective means of communication in the group. The communication strategy should include these tactics for how the change will be incrementally communicated, key messages, and mediums you plan to use.

Provide an Effective Training

It is important that your team know that they will receive training, structured or informal, to teach the skills and knowledge required to operate efficiently as the change is rolled out. Training could include this suite such as micro-learning online modules, or a blended learning approach incorporating face-to-face training sessions or on-the-job coaching and mentoring.

Implement a support structure

Providing a support structure is essential to guide an employee both emotionally and practically adjust to the change and to build the proficiency of behaviours and the technical skills needed to achieve desired business results. Some changes can result in restructures, To help the people from this situation you could provide counselling services.

Measure the change process

To measure the changes happened in the business a structure should be placed and ensure that continued reinforcement opportunities exist to build proficiencies. You should evaluate your change management plan to determine its effectiveness.

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