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Apex Business management believes that managing organizational change will be more successful if organizations apply Specific change principles. We believe that Change management entails careful thoughtful planning and sensitive implementation, and above all, consultation with, and involvement of, the people affected by the changes. Ultimately, the aim or visionary goal of change is to improve the organization by altering how work is done by addressing the systems, processes, organisational culture (DNA) and jobs to be carried out.
At Apex, we believe that change must be illustrated and not forced on employees. Organizations have to manage change by understanding that it is not just introducing new systems, ideas or technologies but re-orienting the cultural behavioural patterns of the employees with an overall goal of aligning both the personal individual goals of employees with those of the organization’s to avoid collision and sabotage by negatively affected employees.
Any significant change management exercise or transformation creates “people issues.” Apex challenges organisations to encourage birthing new leaders who should be asked to step up, job descriptions changed, new skills and capabilities developed. It is customary that Employees may become uncertain or unsettled and in most cases openly resistant to change. Dealing with these issues on a reactive, case-by-case basis puts speed, morale, and results at risk. A formal approach for managing change beginning with the leadership team and then engaging key stakeholders and leaders helps to facilitate the implementation process.
Apex opines that Change management must start at the top. Since change is inherently unsettling for people at all levels of an organization, it is not uncommon that all eyes will turn to the CEO and the leadership team for strength, support, and direction. It is important that the leaders themselves must primarily embrace the new approaches first, both to challenge and to motivate the rest of the institution. They must speak with one voice and model the desired behaviours. As expected, Individuals are inherently rational and will question to what extent change is needed, whether the company is headed in the right direction, and whether they want to commit personally to making change happen and making the formal case for change becomes absolutely important.
Therefore, at Apex, we regard change as something that must happen inevitably as the changing business climate dictates. Managing change is a sublime and pertinent innovation that must never be approached with nonchalant attitudes. With change come new challenges and new visionary perspectives from those within the organisation tasked with driving change. It is important to to understand that creating change within an organization takes hard work and structure around what must actually take place to make the change happen.