Back to Ripervalley's Insight Even for companies, change is the only constant Hide Show As organisations consistently evolve and technologies advance, change becomes an invariable component in every process. In order to remain competitive, sustainable and profitable, every business must find a way to be able to adapt to such change. It is the technique used to combat change that determines the organisation’s success or failure. As organisations consistently evolve and technologies advance, change becomes an invariable component in every proces. In order to remain competitive, sustainable and profitable, every business must find a way to be able to adapt to such change. It is the technique used to combat change that determines the organisation’s success or failure. Leading organisational change comes with multiple risks and requires proper planning. In process of transformation, support from the important team members and leaders, and their participation in decision making is a key element to ensure a smooth changing process. However, companies often fail to do so and fall short at being well prepared for change. If change were to become a decentralized process where everyone has a voice, it would be much easier to implement and execute. The area that are in need of undergoing a certain amount of change should be identified and evaluated by the management. Every once in a while, such evaluation would keep the company up to speed and maintain its competitive edge. For instance, it might come up in the evaluation that the processes for maintaining the accounting of the company is outdated and can be optimized in a better fashion. The change that would follow would be updating the accounting processes and training the necessary personnel to make use of the new and current way of accounting. In order to actually implement the change, the company should have a plan in place. They should foresee the resources required to implement it, along with the cost. Also, there should be goals set that help the management identify the outcome of the change. Transparent communication is the solution to a lot of problems that occur in an organisation. The employees should be able to raise their concerns and given a chance to ask their questions when they faced with change that they have to adapt to. The management, in response, should solve all their queries and provide ample space to the employees to adjust to change and grow comfortable with it. Involving them in the process of decision making and strategy is the most effective way to establish a smooth process, devoid of any anxiety and resistance. Organisations should proactively choose to take risks and make strategic moves in order to grow disruptively and never fall to stagnation.