E-Business Change Management

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❖ Introduction to topic ❖ Important Sub-Topics ➢ E-Business ➢ Global Perspective of e-business • Technological Dimension • Social and Cultural Dimension • E-Business in Pakistan ➢ The Three Phase Change Management Framework For E-business Transformation • Phase I : Vision, Communication and People • Phase – II : Processes & Technology • Phase III : Customers, Suppliers and Other Value Chain Partners ➢ The rules of change management ➢ Organizational and Personal Change Management ➢ Responsibility of Managing Change ➢ Change Management Principles ❖ References

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The rate of change in today's world is constantly increasing. To cope with an unpredictable world you must build an enormous amount of flexibility into your organization. Organizations can structure themselves for increased flexibility to respond to change, for example using project teams, virtual structures and networking.

Gary Hamel, Professor of Strategic and International Management, states that “corporate leaders [should] build organizations that are as nimble as change itself, to make innovation everyone’s job, and to dramatically increase the returns on human capital” Planning, implementing and managing change in a fast changing environment is increasingly the situation in which most organizations now work.

Dynamic environments such as these require dynamic processes, people, systems and culture, especially for managing change successfully, notably effectively optimizing organizational response to market opportunities and threats. Many things cause organizational change. These include:

❖ Challenges of growth, especially global markets ❖ Changes in strategy ❖ Technological changes ❖ Competitive…...

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