To guarantee an effective supply of services in Information Technology, it is very important to deal with the changes in your system. This could reduce any disturbance in delivering IT services to your customers. Change management includes elements of IT Infrastructure such as documentations, hardware and software. IT service and IT service organizations are also included in Change Management. What are the functions of change management? Change Management aims to make sure that the standard procedures and methods are implemented. This is to efficiently manage the changes in the system and reduce the amount of impact in the service quality of your company. The Change Management strategy for an organization can support the whole IT Service Management Infrastructure. It will somehow regulate or support the victory of ITIL® processes. Change Management Workflow The ITIL® compliant management system maintains a wide range of intricate workflow selections. 1. Recursive- this is an effect on the rejection in a workflow. A part of that workflow is relocated and opened. 2. Concurrent multi tasking- this is a sequence of tasks that can happen all at the same time in a workflow. 3. Automatic closure of used paths- this process of approval has several paths and system will be able to close unused paths. 4. Dependencies- the process of tasks and approvals are reliant on other tasks. And there are approvals that are completed in advance, than by simply having uncomplicated linear workflow. There is great number of problems that threatens IT services, one thing because it is a badly executed change. Instead of trying to focus on the incident management some people tries to deal with the problem after the damage is done. And most of the IT businesses today seek change management to avoid the occurrence of these problems. If you dont enhance and improve your Change Management strategies, your company will be prone to continuous firefighting.