What is Organizational Change Management?
Organizational change management (OCM) can mean many different things, depending on who you ask: To IT, it’s a code migration process; to an executive, it’s a change in organizational structure; to management, it’s the process by which end users accept a new or changed process and its support systems.
Hitachi Solutions believes OCM can be broken down into two basic components: the organizational level and the individual level. On an organizational level, OCM refers to a leadership competency for enabling change within an organization and a strategic capability designed to increase change capacity and responsiveness. On an individual level, OCM drives individuals to see the benefits of the new processes and systems in order to drive adoption.
When implemented effectively, OCM has the power to increase the probability of project success, manage employee resistance to change, realize your return on investment (ROI), and build change competencies into an organization. Hitachi Solutions uses OCM to help businesses like yours drive end user adoption of new more efficient processes and systems — positioning you to reap all of the efficiencies and potential for growth that digital transformation has to offer.