Describe about the Organization Structures and Design Organization Culture and Change?
Only one thing is constant in the world that is change. With time, everything is going to change, so organization is no exception. According to the time and situation, every organization changes by its operation, culture, and structure. The change happens due to some forces, which may or may not be suitable for the employees every time.
The force that originates from outside of the organization is external force. These forces are not in control of the organization. The changes are
The workforce of the company depends on the demography of the place where they are operating. Companies need to manage diversity within the population of a particular place if they want the maximum contribution from employees.
Every industry is using technology for better productivity and competitiveness in the market. To remain competitive in the market, every organization change to update their technology.
The global economy is one of the biggest factors to bring changes in the organizations. Companies are going I partnership with suppliers to deliver higher quality to their customer.
Social & Political Force
Every organization has the influence of the local government. Any change in the government and within the society there is also need for change in the organizational process (Denning, 2015).
These forces originate within the organization.
Human Resource Problem
If there is any dissatisfaction within the employees, then there is a need of change in the organization to manage the issue. The issue should be solved, and change should be adopted.
If there is interpersonal conflict within the managers and the employees, then there is a need of change in the organization (Palley, 2015).
Reason Employees Resist Change
Employees resist change in the organization because
Fear of failure
Fear of the unknown
Non-reinforcing reward system
Destruction of cultural tradition and group relationship
Personality conflict (Linnenluecke, Griffiths & Mumby, 2015)
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