Awareness and a building g desire are the two must haves in a change management process. For this, particularly it is immensely important to train the employees with the necessary knowledge and keen ability they would require in order to initiate and execute the change.
In order to establish the change there are basically two categories of information retentions that the employees need to be aware of, so as to successfully become part of the change. The first among these is to know what exactly to do and how to receive the change transition.
The second however involves being equipped with the knowledge to execute and perform effectively when the change is enacted. This could be critical in developing a training plan for contemplating both the informations.
As such to help build this source of knowledge for the organization’s staff it is strategic to make a plan that comprises of the following:
- Preparation And Edification
- Ease Of Access To Information
- Self Study Or Evaluation
- Training And Mentoring
- External Consultations
- Peer Networking.
For instance if an organization is looking forward to altering its agency management system, they would incorporate formal training programs from the vendor, one-on-one coaching, user- groups as well as forums and troubleshooting techniques so that the employees feel comfortable with the new system installed . In addition to this the change management system should also in its fourfold include the training time required so that the conflicting demands of the employees are aptly addressed and employees carve out the hours needed to gain the information they need to move ahead.
Along with the information and knowledge, they also need to have the ability to set the change into action. Since the ability to make, it happen is very critical in any work environment.