Five Challenges of Change Management

Evgeny A. Rudnev


The five main сhallenges on the way of managing change in organizations at the present stage of development of science are differences in leaders, differences in management and changes mechanisms, markers of changes, the effectiveness of strategic actions, career of employees. A long and difficult path in theory and practice is the development and search for methods of social science. Human resource management and change management - openness of the question about the most effective mechanism of change in organizations.

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