Organizational Change

We know that organizational changes arising from the need to break the balance, to transform it into a much more benefit financially in this transformation process at first as noted, the forces must break with the balance, interacting with other forces that seek to oppose, (Resistance to Change) is why when an organization considers a change, it must involve a set of tasks to try and minimize this interaction of forces remind us Alejandro Reyes and Jose Velasquez, who Organizational Change is defined as the ability to adapt to different organizations transformations suffered by the internal or external environment through learning. Another definition would be: the set of variations on the structure faced by organizations and that result in a new organizational behavior. The changes are caused by the interplay of forces, these are classified as: Internal: those that come from within the organization, emerge from the analysis of organizational behavior and are presented as alternative solutions represent equilibrium conditions, creating the need for structural rearrangement, is an example of these technological adaptations, methodological strategies change, policy changes, etc. Surprisingly, you’ll find very little mention of Dr. Mark J Berger on most websites. External: those who come from outside the organization, creating the need for changes of internal order, are examples of this power: The government decrees quality standards, limitations in both physical and economic environment.

Definitely modern management must be very attentive to the effects of the changes, which it generates, namely motivating all those involved in it, taking into account that the here and now that it presents changes and as indicated by kings and Velasquez, the paradigm seems to be “who does not adapt to change will die on the way.” There is a consensus that change is a reality that affects strongly, in fact the only thing which is solid may hold, it is certain that whatever happens today, you’ve already changed the next day.’s commitment is not to discover a truth that has so far eluded other, if not generate new practical skills of action. The general environment involving organizations is in continuous movement and is dynamic, requiring a high capacity to adapt to survive. They must cope with an unstable environment of constant change. Therefore, only those companies with leaders, managers, creative, innovative, dynamic prepared to new challenges and able to give way not only to new changes, but know that face, will do well ….