The process of change management is a necessary phase within organizations. Perception of employees about change management is a role player to an organization’s succession or failure during its change processes. This study aims to link the goals of the organization’s change management plans and the perceptions of the employees.
The study will be descriptive and quantitative, including online the surveys with a random sample of 50 employees from different levels within the organizations. The survey will focus on the satisfactions and expectations of the employees about the implementations of the change management plan. The results will be analyzed and expressed in graphs.
The main focus of this case study is to arrange a smooth transition and hand over of Company from project phase to operational phase. During the transition, series of significant organizational changes, most of the employees will be called upon to change their environment and practices to respond to the needed changes and demanded expectations.
In essence, the case study explains the urgency of a proper change management plan in order to enhance the transition and get the majority of the employees engaged within the plan.