Change is now widely accepted as an inevitable consequence of
modern management. As such, practitioners from various disciplines are required to take responsibility for the management of change and its resultant transitions. In most organisational contexts, the nature and dynamics of instituting change and leading transitions are very similar. This article discusses the causes of change in a volatile global and local environment, explains the
difference between change, transition, and transformation, and explores facts about change and people's reactions to it. The eight common mistakes in change management are deliberated upon and their solutions are given. After various challenges for initiating change have been formulated, some
guidelines for the role of communication in the management of change are provided.
Nsubuga, F.W.N. (Francis Wasswa Nkugwa); Botai, J.O. (Joel Ongego); Olwoch, Jane Mukarugwiza; Rautenbach, C.J. de W. (Cornelis Johannes de Wet); Kalumba, Ahmed M.; Tsela, Philemon Lehlohonolo; Adeola, Abiodun M.; Ssentongo, Ausi. A.; Mearns, Kevin. F.(Springer, 2017-01)
Detection of changes in Earth surface features, for example lakes, is important for
understanding the relationships between human and natural phenomena in order to manage
better the increasingly scarce natural resources. ...
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The recent increase of women as primary earners has led to a subsequent enhancement of women as primary financial decision makers. Despite this increase, the financial services industry has been slow in its response to ...