Leadership and Managing Change

Change happens with time and how organizations adopt this change has been highlighted in this paper. An earnest effort has been undertaken to present the different viewpoints regarding the varied nature of change itself. The leadership role within change avenues cannot be denied its due role and there is a pertinent need to address the same in an ideal capacity, sooner the better. (Gobillot, 2008)Over time, the business world has evolved and so have the different methodologies and the ways and means through which it is carried the day in day out. One needs to realize the fact that business is a consistently changing world and in this world only the people who are ready to change are successful. Thus to put it in the related context, change is the only constant in the world and the business scheme of things, changing to suit the will and desire of the customers and/or the stakeholders as well as doing one last bit to bring in more revenues and profits for the company just plays the right trick for the business to succeed both in the short term as well as in the long run. Businesses that stagnate over a period of time and do not change because of one pressure or the other usually die out quickly. (House, 2004) The ones that have existed thus far have relied a great deal on the phenomenon attached to change and consistent upgrading of the needs as put forward by the business and its norms. The employees have stood up and got noticed, they have done their share of work more effectively and efficiently as well as raised their productivity levels manifolds. Therefore change is one thing that has been going on for decades now, at least in the business world and quite rightly so the most successful ones of the lot are those that have adhered to the change game and have not resisted at any given point in time.