Paper Details
Title An Effective Models for Organizational Change in Bureau Veritas, London: Case Study
AuthorsKATERINA BOCKOVA, KAROLINA LACHI KOLAROVA and DANIEL LAJCIN
Abstract

In the fast moving globalized world, we are living in; change has become a must for organizations to drive their success and keep existing. Many authors have defined various definitions and methods how to manage organizational change; however the success rate for significant organizational change is quite low, only 30% of all change initiatives are successful, this is a meagre number. This paper is focused on successful models for organizational change. The research was focused on to analyse organizational change to establish: Provide a review and summary. Deliver an analysis. Develop measures of successful change. Verify the underlining factors. For that reason, the research was designed to use a combination of a qualitative and quantitative approach to collect data using surveys and personal interviews. The paper explores some of the common models that organisations adopt when implementing organisational change. Whilst organisations can (and often do) implement change without referencing any established model we wanted to improve our understanding of the key aspects that are important to ensure were in place before implementing an effective change project.
Keywords: Organizational Change, Organizational Change Model, Project.

Pages 137-157
Volume 8
Issue 2
Part 1
File Name Download (120)
DOI 10.30543/8-2(2019)-1