Implementation of change, Important factors for Implementation of change, Managing Change in Organisations, MS-25

Discuss the model for implementation of change in your organisation or any organisation you are familiar with. Identify and explain the factors that are important for it. Briefly describe the organisation you are referring to. 

Models for implementation of change in my organisation or any organisation we are familiar with :

(i)     Consultant: A consultant or a team of consultant usually comes from outside by they can also be insiders. The consultants's role is that of experts, who have both knowledge and experience in the field in which change is proposed. There are some advantages in having outside consultants for some time. The internal personas, even though they may have the necessary expertise are likely to be inabited to havew their own perception of the problem. Alos, they may be resteained by the internal personas, even though they may have the necessary expertiese. Therefore even organisation with a very high quiality of expertise in a particular field invite outside consultants for sometime. The following functions are performed by the consultant.
(i)    Implating Function.
(ii)   Transcending Function.
(iii)   Alternatives generating function.
(iv)    Process faciliteis function.
(v)   Shock absorbing function.
(vi)  Resource sharing function.
(vii) Resource building function.
(viii)    Self-liquidating function.

The organisation should have the capacity to assimialte the influence and expertise of the outside consultant and necessary preparation should be made to makr use of the consultanrt in the organisation it is important that continuous communication is maintained by the consultant at all stages of the change process.
(i) Internal resource reasons
(ii) Support of the community
(iii) Linkage with consultants
(iv) Stabilisation of the role,
(v) Professional development,
(vi) Implementation team,
(vii) Collaboration building function,
(viii) Gate-keeping function.
(ix)   Reviewing function.
(x)    Policy formulating function.

The factors that are important for it and the organisation which I will refer is as following :
(a) Support of the community
(b) Linkage with consultants.
(c) Stabilisation of the role.
(d) Professional development.
(e) Implementation Team.
(f) Collaboration building function.
(g) Gate-keeping function.
(h) Reviewing function
(i) Policy Implementor
(j) World Politiecs
(k) Technological changes.
(1) Globalisation and government policies.
(m) Governemtn plicies.

Role of a change agents also plays important roles in this :
(a) Role of external change agent.
(b) Internal consultant
(c) Internal support to external consultant.
(d) Community activities.
(5) Role of leader
(6) Role of organisational mangement
(7) Evolving plicy and legitimising change.
(8) Institutionalising change.

Two factors are extremely important in institutional change. They are :
(i)     The chantges effort or the new approaches have helped in enhanching performance and
(ii)    The initiative stated by the management team is taken forward by the successive
(iii)   Scanning the environment:
Share holders.
Social trends
Those who make change happen
Those who react to change.
Those who wonder when change has happend.

Skills required for the role of implementation of change.
•       A sensor of the business environment.
•       Vertical to horizontal functioning.
•       Leadership at all levels.
•       Refreeze change
providing support to sustain in embed.
Implementing change.
Managing trasition.
Incremental change for improvement.
Communicating effetively.
Developing awareness
Winning confidence.
Stirring the environmental
Psychological discomfort.
Developing visionary
Creating shared vision.
Managing resistance
Mobilising commitment
Developing process of change
Promoting culture.
Managers as a catalyst.
shorter time-frame horizon.