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CHANGE MANAGEMENT STRATEGY A PLAN FOR HOW TO MAKE SOMETHING DIFFERENT

Turner, Carol

Quality, Oct 2019, Vol.58(10), p.20 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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  • Title:
    CHANGE MANAGEMENT STRATEGY A PLAN FOR HOW TO MAKE SOMETHING DIFFERENT
  • Author/Creator: Turner, Carol
  • Language: English
  • Subjects: Transitions ; Management ; Strategic Planning ; Supply Chains ; Inventory ; Change Management ; Strategy ; Supply Chains
  • Is Part Of: Quality, Oct 2019, Vol.58(10), p.20
  • Description: A change management strategy provides direction and purpose for all change management activities. Simply put, a change management strategy is a plan for how to make something different . In business, a change management strategy describes specific ways in which an organization will address such things as changes in the supply chain, inventory requirements, scheduling, or project scope. Creating operational definitions of the change will help the executive team understand what exactly you are trying to accomplish for each area impacted. Framing your objectives with a strong value proposition provides more incentive to the executive team to support change initiatives. A change advisory board may also be established to oversee changes, offering approval and guidance.
  • Identifier: ISSN: 03609936 ; E-ISSN: 19374410