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Introduction
Change Management is the provision of a planned and systematic approach to preparing, communicating, and implementing the change to an organisation. Change leads to new structures and policies which in turn create new systems and environments.

This wiki has been created to provide practicing managers with a number of change management considerations with links to a number of useful models and frameworks that dominate change management thinking. The wiki is split into the following four stages that help to conceptualisethe management of change:


  • Understanding Change
  • Planning Change
  • Implementing Change
  • Communicating Change

It is vital to explain and include people in the change management process at an early stage allowing the ability for people to adapt to the changes. As such, spanning all four of these stages is the important concept of 'motivation' which should be considered at all stages of change management.

To navigate this wiki, users may wish to either use the flow chart links above or, alternatively, use the headings to the side of the screen.






Disclaimer
The information contained on this wiki are intended solely for the use of individuals and entities who have been given access to the page. While the writers have strove to make the information herein as accurate and complete as possible, we do not guarantee the information is without errors or omissions.

The text, diagrams and pictures on this wiki are copyright and may not be reproduced or quoted without express consent from the original authors.

This page was last updated on 14th December 2013 at 22:00