Proactive management and leaders think change by recognizing that "change" challenges people to adapt and grow, or be swept away aside as complacent and obsolete. To compete in the world today, we must strive to be different. We must expand our knowledge base, sharpen our skills, and finally, manage our time more efficiently. Change is not something to fear or resist, it is the essence of life itself. By embracing and promoting positive change, we learn more about who we are and what we can do both at home and within our organizations. With change, we are given the chance and power to turn today's pain into tomorrow's gains.
This Scholarly Paper will highlight the significance of change within an organization. More specifically, it will attempt to disclose why change is complicated, and often an extremely painful process. Secondly, it will dive into the three stages of change: (1) Unfreezing the behavior (2) Changing the behavior (3) Refreezing the behavior. We will first discuss briefly how change can be complicated in today's organizations.
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