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.
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