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    Change in an Organization

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    How can Use Case Scenarios, documentation and testing be used to manage change in an organization?

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    Change management can be defined as a structured approach to shifting/transitioning individuals, teams, and organizations from a current state to a desired future state. It can be depicted as an organizational process, which is executed for helping employees to accept and embrace changes in their current business environment [1]. Usually, we can see that, in the management of projects, change management points to the process of managing projects where changes to projects are commenced and endorsed formally [2].

    However, there are several issues, which can be utilized for proper management of organizational change. They are discussed below in more details.

    We can use the example of an IT organization for which we will consider the usage of documentation, testing and case scenario issues for change management.

    Usage of proper documentation:
    It is very usual for the IT industries that changes are inevitable in various sectors of this business. Quite often, there are changes, which are made to the network environment. Sometimes, these changes are very significant. For example, the network server's needs up-gradation, sometimes, addition or removal is performed on network segments, modification takes place in procedures, there might be addition of new employees and offices, and so on. Hence, hard work for generating the network documentation could become outdated very quickly, unless ...

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    Change management can be defined as a structured approach to shifting/transitioning individuals, teams, and organizations from a current state to a desired future state. It can be depicted as an organizational process, which is executed for helping employees to accept and embrace changes in their current business environment [1]. Usually, we can see that, in the management of projects, change management points to the process of managing projects where changes to projects are commenced and endorsed formally [2].

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