Addressing changes and innovation in the workplace

Making changes means making or becoming different & # 39; – You are either introducing something new or changing what's already present.

Changing something means you're leaving your comfort zone. You are used to doing things in a certain way and for certain reasons, and when this changes, you tend to resist and said, but we have always done it this way and it works fine. But do you really know how or why the changes have occurred? A change, if it is thought, can be positive as we will demonstrate in this chapter.

We are constantly experiencing changes – both at work and personal:

At Workplace

Changes in technology affect us completely differently; Think about changes in how we work today by using commercial equipment like computers, the Internet, email, ATM, online meeting and telecommunications communications

They praised us at the paperless office (though it's not happening yet!) And we now have a system for storing our information on a microchip that is not bigger than your thumb – you used to fill a wardrobe with the same amount of information. Computers have also ensured making bookings for services and monitoring people and warehouses, etc. much faster and easier.

We can save a lot of online business, saving effort, cost (envelope, paper, stamps) and it's quick and convenient.

In Your Personal Life

Think about what changes have occurred in your life.

  • Taking a course (You do this to change your expectations or knowledge levels)
  • Move house (Why do you do this?)
  • Job change do you? )
  • High School and Labor Market (How do you agree with this?)
  • "Throw out your favorite old shoes !!!" (Why do you do this?)

How often do these changes occur? Whatever the reason for the change is to change the current state of the action.

You need to:

  • evaluate the need for change – what needs to be done effectively and with as little distortion or shock as possible. is happening and why does it no longer work?
  • research what needs to be done – look at the steps you need to take (in a logical order) to get rid of what you currently have where you want to be.
  • seek potential problems with the new procedure and seek solutions.
  • receive feedback and input from appropriate departments from various departments
  • implement the change – introduce the new program, process or system for all concerned, and provide the necessary training to employees
  • evaluate the effectiveness of the changes – resolve problems and determine if The new process or system is actually doing what it's supposed to be.

For example, when you move a house;

First You evaluate the need for change;

  • you have more children and the house is too small
  • you can afford a better neighborhood
  • you have been transferred to new cities / countries etc.

  • Secondly, do you decide what kind of house now suits you.
  • Look at a home in the right area
  • Look at the houses in the right size
  • Search for costs, etc.
  • See how close transport, shops and schools are, etc.
  • Come to Cost Transfer

Third You'll Get!

By the end of you go to your new house and take care of everything you could not do before moving:

  • add supplementary
  • family room and dining room
  • ] modernization of the kitchen, etc.

Change begins with dissatisfaction.

All changes occur due to the current state of the art. For example;

Staff (affecting you). You may be dissatisfied with you;

  • Employment
  • Job Search
  • Working

  • ]
  • Other Staff
  • Management (Other Impact)

  • Business Structure
  • Implementation of New Product / Service
  • Implementing a New Policy [19659018] New Owners / Managers (New Broom – Changing Changes)
  • Customers Claims
  • Market Development
  • ]

    If you are dissatisfied with the current position you or your supervisors or managers start looking for a better way to do things.

    Reasons for Changes in the Workplace

    Although all changes are usually caused by EXTERNAL effects, it can be said that there are two changes in business:

    • Internal Impulses
    • Internal Change

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