Overcoming barriers to change: A Corus case study
The change management procedure is considered as the order of steps or operations that a change administration group or project leader pursue to apply change management to a change so as to drive personal transition and ensure the project fulfills its intended results. The eternal surrounding in which various businesses operate is continuously changing and the company ought to respond to the changes to remain competitive and continue to fulfill the wants of their consumers. Corus was established when the former British steel plc came together with the Dutch industry, Hoogovens and it is now a subsidiary of the Indian-owned Tata group.
Some of the five critical elements of successful change management engage smooth approval procedures that entail the right approval checks as change requests are moved between various workflow phases. The second element is process automation as change success relies on being able to move procedures from one user to another with minimal delay or interference (Cameron & Green, 2015). The third element is governance tools as an excellent change management solution needs to feature built-in check and balances that assists a user to acknowledge the importance of change. Data access is the fourth element as change manager’s work effectively when they have the right information at their disposal. CAB is the fifth element applicable for any change management as it brings together information technology and corporate users to initiate long-term change goals into change operations.
Processes of Change in every Element
In the first element of smooth approval processes, the method engaged includes having the needed approval checks in place as the change process are moved between stages. It will also involve general approval status checks to submit requests logically. Process automation engages active transfer of operation from one user to the other. Governance tools assist users in understanding the things they are required to do and how they should be done.
Cameron, E., & Green, M. (2015). Making sense of change management: A complete guide to the models, tools and techniques of organizational change. Kogan Page Publishers.