Change management

publication date 29.07.2014

Systematic management change management focuses on introducing changes into practice. Resolves scheduling changes, the potential consequences of risk, but also to enforce them, implementation and communication. This is a very difficult process that can be learned.

Effective change management requires knowledge from several perspectives - of managerial, organizational, psychological, and from the perspective of personnel management. Well planned change management eliminates the risk and accelerate its implementation.


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Jiří Střelec Jiří Střelec

The manager is supposed, along with his or her team, to deliver results for the company. That is what they are paid for. The results need to be proven. Not always they are obvious from the reporting, especially if the measurement systems are soft. The manager needs to keep their eyes open, taking into account every change, result, conclusion and communicating them to the others.