Change model combination: A comprehensive way for successfully change

  • Muhammad Lutfi Lazuardi Magister student of Business Administration Graduate School Padjadjaran University, West Java, Indonesia
  • Sam’un Jaja Raharja Department of Business Administration, Padjadjaran University, West Java, Indonesi
  • Herwan Abdul Muhyi Department of Business Administration, Padjadjaran University, West Java, Indonesia
Keywords: Change Management Model, Kotter’s Model, ADKAR Model, Combination

Abstract

Change is inevitable and important phenomenon in this time. In general, the change management model is divided into two categories that can be used as an approach to make changes, namely changes that focus on individuals or people and changes that focus on the process of forming changes that occur in the organization itself. However, the use of the current change model has been widely criticized because it still has many shortcomings and is considered less relevant to its use in some conditions that occur. Accordingly, this article to furnish another viewpoint in managing the numerous changes that happen in this time. By proposing the use of a combination of change models that have a focus on the individual side and in terms of the formation of change itself. This study uses the study literature review method to provide a more comprehensive review and outlook on theories relating to change.

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Published
2021-05-21
How to Cite
Lazuardi , M. L., Raharja, S. J., & Muhyi , H. A. (2021). Change model combination: A comprehensive way for successfully change. Journal of Public Value and Administrative Insight, 4(1), 1-10. https://doi.org/10.31580/jpvai.v4i1.1492
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