Change Management Research Paper by hicaliber

Change Management
This paper attempts to define the best practices in change management.
# 93259 | 2,015 words | 4 sources | MLA | 2007 | US
Published on Mar 14, 2007 in Business (Management)

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The paper explains that best practices in change management refers to the many implications that arise in companies when new IT systems are installed and behavior and processes need to change to better streamline operations. The paper covers the many factors that are making change management such a critical issue and finally provides guidance in terms of best practices in change management. The paper concludes that for change management to occur, the leadership must actually stand behind the new goals and not just give them lip service. The paper emphasizes that a leader's passion for change is critical to the organization's success.

Discussion Outline
Review of Literature

Sample of Sources Used:

  • Dyche (2002) - The CRM Handbook. Jill Dyche. Addison-Wesley Pearson Education. ISBN 780201 730623.
  • Managing Change is IT Directors' Toughest Job (2002) - Computer Weekly Magazine. Page 8. June 27, 2002
  • The Hard Side of Change Management (2005) - From the article of the same name. Harvard Business Review. October 2005. Harold L. Sirkin, Perry Keenan, and Lana Jackson.
  • IT Managers Have Become Adept At Cost-Cutting (2004) - From the article of the same name. Computer Weekly Magazine. Page 42. October 26, 2004.

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