CHANGE OR DIE? ; BAGAIMANA MENGELOLA PERUBAHAN DALAM ORGANISASI TETAP SURVIVE MENGHADAPI TANTANGAN GLOBAL
The development of a dynamic, unpredictable organizational environment is required for organizations to manage changes to survive. This research aims to explore the approach of managing change in the organization and the factors of resistance to change. This study uses this type of literature research, by tracing articles, books, and documents relevant to this study. The results found there are six steps in making organizational changes, namely: Forces for change, Diagnosis of the problem, Selection appropriate methode, impediment and limiting condition, Implementation of method, evaluation programe. While factors cause resistance to change, include: habits, fear of unwanted things, economic factors, lack of confidence in the work situation, fear of failure, loss of status or job security, no benefit gained from change. The success of changes in the organization is heavily influenced by leadership factors. Therefore, strong, visionary, and transformational leadership is needed to achieve the goals of change in the organization.
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