Comparative Analysis of Change Management Models Based on an Exploratory Literature Review

Bekmukhambetova, Anara (2021) Comparative Analysis of Change Management Models Based on an Exploratory Literature Review. In: New Horizons in Business and Management Studies. Conference Proceedings. Corvinus University of Budapest, Budapest, pp. 98-110. . ISBN 978-963-503-867-1 DOI 10.14267/978-963-503-867-1_10

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Nowadays, a lot of companies are faced with the urgency of change in their daily operations. This is especially relevant in modern business development conditions when constant changes are considered critical for a company to adapt to market requirements and the global economic situation. The paper presents the audit of the most famous change management models. Change management is an endless cycle, and it requires a sound vision, plan, time, aptitudes, inspiration, monetary and automatic endeavors to execute the change. Successful change management is a venture and contributes to a hierarchical turn of events. There are a few models of change management available and choosing the right change management model is vital for leading or guiding productive and smooth transitions. The main goal of this paper is to describe the main differences between the well-known change management models by reviewing the relevant literature. The analysis led to the conclusion that it is impossible to pick up an optimal approach to change management. Every approach to change management attracts attention to various aspects of this problem; however, they do not exclude but complement each other.

Item Type:Book Section
Uncontrolled Keywords:change management, change models, organizational change
Subjects:Business organisation
ID Code:6443
Deposited By: Ádám Hoffmann
Deposited On:23 Apr 2021 15:35
Last Modified:23 Apr 2021 15:35

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