Posted by Karen Wong

November 21, 2018

Organizational change is the process of reforming the company structure, strategies, technology, and culture, as well as the effects on organizational behaviour within an organization. A few elements need to be considered before implementing change, whether it can increase employee well-being and satisfaction, improve the economic requirements and generate profitability in the company.

According to Lewin’s Change Management Model, there are three processes: unfreeze, change and refreeze.

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Proactive management for changes can increase organizational development and future growth. It is important to review from time to time whether there are effective ways to minimize employee resistance and cost to maximize proficiency.

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