Change management is a systematic approach to addressing the transition or transformation of an organization's objectives, processes, or technologies. It is the application of a structured process and a set of tools to lead change from the point of view of people and achieve the desired result. We use change management to help those affected by change make successful personal transitions that allow them to participate, adopt, and use the change. At the center of the change management model figure, all changes go from the current state, go through a transition phase, and go to the desired state of improvement. When an incremental change is approved, the project manager documents the change in one of four standard change control systems to ensure that the request reflects all ideas and points of view.Taking a structured approach to change management helps organizations mitigate disruptions, reduce costs, reduce implementation time, improve leadership skills, drive innovation, and improve morale.
Change management tools are also used to track changes made to an IT department's hardware infrastructure. Organizational Change Management (OCM) considers the organization as a whole and what needs to change, while Change Management can be used solely to refer to how people and teams are affected by that organizational transition. It requires managing projects over time in a changing context, from inter-organizational factors to market volatility. Change management also encourages the company's future growth by allowing it to remain dynamic in the market. To understand how it works, it's useful to apply its concepts and tools to specific areas of the business. Resistance to change can be defined as any obstacle that becomes an impediment to implementing change.