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change management strategy

Contributor(s): Bianca Rawson

A change management strategy is a plan for how to make something different. 

In business, a change management strategy describes specific ways in which an organization will address such things as changes in the supply chain, inventory requirements, scheduling or project scope. The goal of establishing a formal strategy is to ensure that any negative effects of change will be minimized. To effectively institute a change management strategy, stakeholders must create a plan for how to recognize when a change is need, how to approve changes, how to implement changes and how to monitor changes to ensure they have brought about the desired effect. 

This was last updated in February 2014

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