Transformational Change refers to a change that is classified as major within the organisation. These types of changes often result in a complete restructure throughout the whole organisation, such as the creation of a flatter management structure.
Incremental Change refers to a change that is classified as minor within the organisation. These types of changes result in minor changes, usually involving only a few employees.
Structural Change refers to changes in the organisation’s structure, which is the organisation’s chart.
Main structural changes introduced include:
The aim of these changes is to streamline organisational operations, improve efficiency and empower employees to make their own decisions.
For an organisation to survive in the long-term, changes within the external or internal environments should be reflected in its Corporate Culture. If organisational culture fits the external environment, managers, and employees have the attitude that they need to compete successful. However the existing organisational culture may have to change, as it may not fit the real-world requirements.
The possible impacts of changes to the organisation that may affect the Human Resources Management Function includes:
The main impact of changes on the Management of Operations may include:
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