The social aspect of introducing changes to the organisation
International Journal of Human Resources Development and Management, 2007, vol. 7, issue 1, 67-82
The smooth functioning of an economic organisation, during permanent changes in management conditions, means the ability to maintain a current advantage or to create a new competitive advantage. However, the more frequent the changes around us, the less frequent the use of solutions we have found to deal with current problems. Hence the conclusion: for companies to function effectively in the marketplace, it is necessary for them to have a quick and painless process of adaptation and adjustment to new market demands and expectations (including consumers' demands). Therefore, economic organisations that function in a dynamic balance have more chances of achieving success.
Keywords: organisational change; resistance to change; influences; intergroup conflicts; market demands; social systems; human resources management. (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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