ORGANIZATIONAL/CHANGE MANAGEMENT

ORGANIZATIONAL/CHANGE MANAGEMENT

Organization:

  • Organizational Structure Design: Design the organization with their roles, responsibilities and powers, to respond in a flexible and efficient way to the designed business processes and to be able to assess the contribution of all members to generate business value. Organizations are exposed to continuous changes involving processes, technology and human resources. Inducing or creating organizations capabilities and skills to successfully manage the processes of adjustment and adaptation to changing environments is the experience we offer in order to facilitate change.

Change:

  • Change and transition: are two aspects that, although interrelated, should be treated differently. The change is planned, it is structured. Transition is the human process, as described by William Bridges, that goes through the stages of ending, neutral zone and new beginning with specific interventions in work teams.

ORGANIZATIONAL-CHANGE MANAGEMENT

ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE MANAGEMENT

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