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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„Rather than creating piles of documentation, it is better to draw a single scheme or picture.“ more >>

Jiří Střelec Jiří Střelec

And not just ISO, AS, OHSAS, CMMI  … but other standards, too, want us to describe what we do and how we do it. Most quality people and managers just produce pages of text which pile on the desk. Writing down a sentence is fairly easy. However, the sentence alone does not matter. What matters here is that people understand that sentence and use it in practice. Standards do not tell us how to describe our management system, though. Frankly, times are hasty and people have no time for reading piles of paper. They are bombarded by information from all sides. Besides, reading through a long document, they do not remember what was at the beginning. A picture or a scheme is faster to read and easier to remember. What if the system was created as an interactive model of schemes, pictures and supplementary text. Try to make out how.