Achieving readiness for organisational change

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Achieving readiness for organisational change Ian Smith La Trobe University Library, Boondura, Australia Abstract Purpose – Seeks to ontinue discussion of the critical role of people in organisational change. Design/methodology/approach – Focuses on the importance of achieving change readiness, ways in which this may be achieved and means to assess organisational readiness for change. Findings – Achieving and sustaining effective organisational change and renewal are an imperative. The people in organisations can be either the key to achieving effective change, or the biggest obstacles to success. Originality/value – Highlights how managers attempting to achieve organisational change will be well served by paying attention to the need to create readiness for change – this at both the individual employee nd whole-of-organisation level – and the ways in which this may be achieved.

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  • Change management
  • Organizational change

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