As business grows, business organizations are faced with
challenges and change needs to be undertaken to keep pace
with the competitive market.  To handle change management
would depend on how leaders would want change to be
implemented. The following are the different models of

1.Lewin’s model.  This model is a three stage process
  of: the unfreezing, changing and re-freezing. 
  Unfreezing is the stage where level of dissatisfaction
  is created with the present set up and conditions to
  change is establish.  Changing is the second stage
  where organizing and mobilizing of resources are
  required to implement change. Re-freezing is the
  third stage where the new ways are brought to the
  organization for implementation.
2.Beer’s model.  This model prescribes six step
  processes to effect change management.  Focus is on
  task alignment wherein employees’ roles,
  responsibilities and relationships are viewed as key
  in bringing enforcement to the changed ways of thinking,
  attitudes and behaving. The stages are:

  a.Commitment to mobilization of change by means of
    joint diagnosis
  b.Development of shared vision as to organizing
  c.Draw consensus, competence and commitment to shared
  d.Inform change to everyone
  e.Establish formal policies to institutionalize
  f.Monitor and adjust change if necessary

3.Shaw’s model.  This model tends to see change
  as complex and evolutionary.  In this model the
  environment of an organization does not have
  equilibrium.  Thus, the need to change is inherent
  in the system and emerges when the system tries to
  adapt to the environment.  Change mechanism in the
  organization is likely to be messy.

The different models of change management aim to help
leaders in assessing the type of change needed to
ultimately achieve success.

As change management takes place in an organization, it
should be clear that things as planned may not work out
well.  There will be some point in time that a shift in
procedure to implement change will arise.  Just like in
life, we learn from mistakes and from the mistakes we
move on.  We try to recall the mistakes and never to
commit same in the future.  Same as in business
organizations, change is undertaken for better results. 
However, in business things happen fast and it becomes
hard to keep pace of what is going on based on day to day
operations.  When change management is ongoing there
is a need to document activities where change takes

Software that aids business organization in performing
the best practices in change management is available
in the market today.  The software aims to document
activities where change management takes place.  A
change management best practice document or form is a 
pre-configured, multi-page form that enables business
organization to collect and track data where change
control process is undertaken.  The software likewise
handles the submission, evaluation, approval/ rejection,
implementation, verification, and close of project. 
The system allows the business organization to keep
connection with its department as it documents change
activities and when change control processes are
performed based on the best practices.

Change management best practice document is one way of
improving product quality and safety and at the same
time ensuring that compliance imposed by regulating
bodies are met..

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