Why Change Management is Important and Why Most Changes Fail


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Why Change Management is Important and Why Most Changes Fail
In recent years, change management has emerged as one of the most important subjects and disciplines in the world of business. Accordingly, the following report discusses a range of topics on change management for the purpose of explaining working towards an understanding of why change management is important and why most changes fail.
What is change management?
In terms of providing a simple definition of change management, it can be viewed as a structured approach to transitioning individuals, teams, and organizations from a current state to a desired future state (Baratta 3). But change management is much more than this. Change management is a well developed discipline that...
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