Bringing changes in the organization can be due to several aspects. However, to bring a change in the existing set up of the company is one of the most challenging tasks for the management. The change process of the organization involves a series of steps that is done for the achievement the change management objectives (Boje, 2012). This brings in certain end results and the process continues. Change management process involves extensive planning and decision making as to whether the changes can be brought in the current situations, resources needed etc. has to be determined.
1.Implement the plan: This is the next step in the change process where the change plan is executed or implemented within the organization. At this stage of change implementation, the change plan has to be communicated to all the employees within the company. Also, if there is any requirement of skill enhancement, proper training is given to employees to make them equipped to implement the change and operate smoothly in the changed work environment.
2.Follow up, measure and review: This is the final step in the change process that comes after the change implementation. It is essential for the company to know about the effectiveness of the changes implemented on the business success and among the employee performance. In order to know the same, a gap analysis can be done by the company by following up or asking for review about the implementation of changes and its management. From this, the exact result of the change implementation can be known and if there are any pitfalls, these can be rectified on an immediate basis so that further consequences can be eliminated.