Implementing change in organisations: key challenges

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Mateusz Juchniewicz
Dorota Luba
Monika Mądel

Abstract

A VUCA world (described with four attributes: volatility, uncertainty, complexity, and ambiguity) and the resulting need to implement changes continuously in almost every area of organisational activity have enhanced the awareness of organisations with regard to searching for skilful managers/leaders of change and building up competencies in change management amongst their staff. At the same time, however, quite a large proportion of changes fail. The paper aims to identify major challenges faced when implementing significant changes in an organisation using two case studies as an example. The first case study concerns a change to the Agile approach in an organisation’s operations, while the second one – the implementation of the Design Thinking concept in the work of project teams. The obtained results have become a starting point for more in-depth studies on change management focused in particular on factors contributing to organisational change success or failure and the role of individual stakeholders in the process.

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Juchniewicz, M., Luba, D., & Mądel, M. (2021). Implementing change in organisations: key challenges. Journal of Management and Financial Sciences, (44), 9-23. Retrieved from https://econjournals.sgh.waw.pl/JMFS/article/view/2832
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