Organizational change is everywhere in all companies or professions. For the long-term success of a company change is necessary and vital for it to stay alive (Goetsch, & Davis, 2010). This paper will bring out the driving change factors in internal as well as external change factors. The internal factor is organizational and the external factor is environmental. This paper will also bring out the United States Army methods of training that change the catalyst of that organization. One will understand the main cause for a successful management change.
Driving Change Factors
Internal or external factors can cause pressures in company for change. Internal and external factors have equal importance when focusing on change. One will be able to identify the five internal pressures and six external pressures that exist in the change drive (Akin, Dunford, & Palmer, 2006).
Growth is the first organizational pressure in any company. All company’s need and want to grow. When companies expand the procedures and processes can change. Sometimes the goal of the company and the vision of the company may change. The trend of growth is positive for plenty of companies. The company needs to change and adapt to the growth accordingly. Integration and collaboration is the second organizational pressure. This pressure goes along with the growth pressure. While expanding a company’s pressure may grow, this can increase efficiencies by tightening the integration and collaboration.
The third organizational pressure is identity. This can occur when an organization lacks the corporate culture and its identity. Little identity can cause employees to have low morals and cause competition within the organization (Akin, Dunford, Palmer, 2006). New broom is the fourth pressure. This means new leaders who arrive and implement change through the organization. When leadership changes, the organizations goals, directions, and values may...