Category: Organizational Development

Why you should consider fairness when designing your change management process

Key Points There may be no single recipe for getting fairness “right” during an organizational change. However, research on fairness offers some compelling ideas to consider. You can integrate fairness into your change approach in various ways — the results or outcomes, the process you use to make decisions, how people are treated, and the
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Change management: Realizing a Competitive Advantage through Psychology

“Panta rhei”, everything flows! Already 2500 years ago greek philosophers argued that change is the only constant in the universe. In our rapidly changing modern economy, this notion is more true than ever. But can you effectively manage changes? In this article, you will learn about critical success factors of organizational change and how they can be cultivated based on a comprehensive literature review. You can apply this knowledge to increase the success rate of change projects in your organization which will improve the competitiveness of your company and help to establish yourself as a competent, strategic partner.
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