The Impact of Change: Reorganization of Tools Norway [Region West Case Study]
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- Studentoppgaver (SV-IMS) 
The awareness of change management is beginning to garner attention and respect within various fields of strategic organizational study. Change management is no longer the superficial strategic process of planning in how to move an organization from operational point A to operational point B based on free cash- flow, but rather a broad and inclusive field that encompasses the cultural, structural, social, and political areas of an organization. The aim of this study is to investigate how the structural reorganization of Tools has impacted day- to- day systems and processes at Tools Region West, as well as to investigate the potential risks and personal attitudes regarding directly affected personnel. The objective is to provide a picture of how organizational change is not always a one- size- fits- all process, and to investigate how pushing for change with failure to investigate the unique aspects of an organization’s workforce can lead to a messy, broken process that can ultimately weaken employee morale, and potentially dampen productivity.
Master's thesis in Change Management