The need for change has always existed in business enterprises. Business needs to change to cater to the new customer demands, meet competition and also have a strong internal structure. This is the reason for the advent of change management processes in the organization. Change management has now exited for more than fifty years. In spite of change management being in practice for so long, successful implementation has not been possible. Managers seem to depend on the top management and the experts to bring in the changes. HR department expects the respective managers to bring in the changes. A reported 60 -70% of the change management practices has lead to the failure of the project. Industries are spending a lot of economic and personnel resources to come up with an effective change management (Askensas, 2013) In spite of allocating so much of time and energy the change management practices seems to fail in the organization. The reason for the failure of the change management processes is explored. When the management is trying to bring in change process in real time they fail to define accountability, the actual process implementation and the hierarchical design of implementing the changes are not properly defined. (Askensas, 2013) Lean Change management practices seem to bring in viable solution for the existing problem scenario.
In this analysis extensive case study analysis of the change management implemented by the companies is studied. The causative factors for failure of the project implementation, new process implementation and how the organization needs to make process changes to successfully implementing change process is examined in this analysis.