Management of Change (MOC)
Definition - What does Management of Change (MOC) mean?
Management of change is a systematic way to deal with change within an organization in order to effectively deal with the change and to capitalize on change opportunities. Change management includes adapting to the change, controlling the change and effecting new change. Management of change requires an organization to take a proactive approach to change.
Safeopedia explains Management of Change (MOC)
Effective management of change is crucial if an organization is to adapt and thrive. All organizations encounter changes that they are unable to control. Developing a structured methodology to deal with change allows businesses to effectively cope with environmental changes. Changes that are likely to impact an organization may include competitive threats, changes to the economy, workplace regulations and governmental policies. Management of change involves the application of a structured system to provide a competitive advantage, as the marketplace is forced to adapt to the changing environment.
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