Forces for change in organisation
Nowadays, organizations are shifting from industrial to informational. Sustained competitive advantage is realized through teamwork, flexible structures and global perspectives.
Why organizational changes need to use change leaders
The change leaders have the professional knowledge and skills of the organisation development. The leaders will provide intensive professional help to the …show more content…
They will gain competency and experiences from communicating and working with the professionals in the change programs and they attend formal training, workshops from Australian Institute of Management (AIM), Institution of Engineers (IE) and the Australian Human Resource Institute (AHRI) and others. This type of change leaders gains expertise to introduce changes and innovation into the organisation.
Advantages and disadvantages of internal change leaders
Advantages of the internal change leaders are that time can be saved from identifying and to understand the organisational culture, sources of power and problems. The leaders have easy access to a variety to information such as company reports, rumours and through direct observation in the organisation. Acceptance, rapports and trusts can be built faster and easier among the organisation members, as compare with the external change leader.
The disadvantages are loss of objectivity due to the strong connection with the organisation, has to be especially cautious when dealing with people that has high authority or power in the organisation and can affect the careers directly. Lacking of experience and professional skills that are required when facilitating organisation changes is also one of the main disadvantages of internal change leaders.
Advantages and disadvantages of external change leaders
The advantages of external change leaders have the experience and profession skills that the internal change leader