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11 Management Tasks That Matter the Most For Your Company

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Managing is one of the most important tasks in all companies, despite their type, size, market, or industry. As an entrepreneur, you will also need to practice management. Here you can find 11 most important management tasks.

Sometimes entrepreneurs at the same time in addition to their entrepreneurial duties will work on entirely different tasks called management tasks. That means they also need to have some types of managerial skills required for the successful implementation of management tasks.

There are plenty of tasks that managers will need to accomplish in their daily work routine whose purpose is to bring effectiveness and efficiency in their company.

Remember, you are building a business, not the product. Here is one list of the most important managerial tasks.

The Level of Resistance to Change Versus Results from the Change Process

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Organizational changes are most important part of every business, and they have constant flow. This means that business doesn’t have time without the implementation of any types of change. However, every change is followed with some type of resistance to that change. The reasons of resistance to change can be different. I’ve already written about my research that finds 28 factors that cause resistance to organizational change.

Here I want to mention these four facts about resistance to change:

Implement Organizational Change Process in 8 Simple Steps

Organizational Change Process

The organizational change process is something that can bring high-level improvements to your businesses. This process will need to be the most constant process in business life if you want to succeed as a manager or business owner.

However, if you create and implement a system that can help you with the quick implementation of an organizational change process, the probability that your business will fail will be at a very low level.

I don’t want to go into the complexity of the organizational change process. This is because that complexity brings fear in managers and entrepreneurs. When you look at the possibilities of a simple implementation process it is much simpler to start and implement such a process.

The Evolution of Organizational Changes – 9 Predecessors

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Organizational changes are as old as the existence of organizations. And the existence of the organization is there as the existence of humans. If we look back into history when the people start to organize in different ways to build towns, pyramids, in wars, there was a strong need for some type of organization.

Business Intelligence as Creator of Knowledge For Organizational Changes

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Business intelligence (BI) in the last several years has got huge popularity in the business world. Before the term intelligence finds its own place in the business world, governments use this word to make big decisions about wars or about leading the country.

Now we live in the informatics and communication technology age. We are bombarded with information every day. However, information as raw information doesn’t mean knowledge.

How you can transform raw information into knowledge is the key issue in making a better decision?

One possible answer is business intelligence. The potential of BI in the transformation of information into knowledge is enormous. The right information in the right place at the right time is the basis for making the right business decisions.

On the other side, organizational change requires decisions about what to change and when to change. These decisions are based on the sources of organizational changes. These sources may come from different places as from inside of organizations and from outside of organizations. Because of that, we have internal and external sources of organizational change.

In this blog post, I will try to systematize current business intelligence knowledge and find and give some connections between business intelligence and organizational changes.

Sources of Organizational Change

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For all organizational change processes, there is a reason, force, cause, or source of the organizational change. Whether it is the pressure from the environment, or it is an internal pressure, each organizational change has its causes, and these causes are sources of organizational change.

What makes small businesses and entrepreneurs really successful? It is flexibility. Flexibility means that they quickly change themselves and their businesses. All entrepreneurs must have a system through which they can follow possible sources of organizational change and without any delaying to make all necessary adjustments in their work.

Organizational changes aren’t appearing from nothing or because of themselves. For any process of performing something, there are clear reasons, and the process is the result of those reasons. If the reasons don’t exist for a specific process or action, then logically there will not be the need for that process or action. Because of the continuity of the organizational changes in the business life cycle, there will always be reasons for organizational changes. This causes (forces) are called the sources of organizational change.