International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
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Review Papers | Management | Oman | Volume 5 Issue 11, November 2016

The Impact of Change and Change Management in Achieving Corporate Goals and Objectives: Organizational Perspective

Dr. Revenio C. Jalagat Jr [3]

Abstract: Change has become part of anyones lives as well as corporate existence. Most organizations faced with urgency of change in their daily operations however, their views on change differs. The main trust of this study is to critically evaluate the impact of change and change management in achieving corporate goals and objectives in the viewpoint of the organization. Specifically, it tackles on factors that causes the change that can either be internal or external factors, determine the types of change and organizational change, examine the positive and negative consequences of change. Moreover, it will shed light on the concepts and application of change management with the aid of the different change models, discuss in details how to implement an effective change management and the potential benefits that change management can offer to the organization. Any effort to change may face resistance so organizations should mechanize ways to minimize the resistance level, hence promotes a smooth transition of change. Leaders and managers have big role to play in instituting the change and they should serve as models to effectively manage the change. In order to implement a successful change initiatives, management and organizations should ensure that any plan for change should be aligned with the corporate goals and objectives as evidenced by different literatures in this study affirming the relationship between change, change management, and the achievement of corporate goals and objectives.

Keywords: Change, Organizational Change, Change Typologies, Change Management, Resistance to Change

Edition: Volume 5 Issue 11, November 2016,

Pages: 1233 - 1239

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