Change Programme

[tʃeɪndʒ | ˈprəʊɡram]

A significant shift in a business’ processes, culture, or other initiative to another way of working. These programmes are formalised and incorporate pre-determined control mechanisms to minimise impact on output, initiation with the workforce, and monitoring and reporting of change during and following the programme. Incremental changes or events are decided by management and carefully managed throughout the programme.

The change programme, is mainly focused on long – term changes; this involves practical targets being set and recorded with review dates. A change programme is helpful for the success of both the organization and its employees; it is a helpful way for employers to really see the realistic state of the organization in regards to its operations.



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Employers use a change program in order to alterate ways of working.
Change Programme