September 23, 2019
by Maren Borggräfe
Will the things we currently refer to as “change management” still be a viable and helpful concept in the future? How do we deal with constant change on a small scale? What can managers do to promote continuous adaptation to changes in surroundings as well as the effectiveness of employees’ own advances in learning and knowledge within their company?
Maren Borggräfe and Marco Olavarria sought answers to these questions and presented their findings in their article: “Change Management – Veränderung in dynamischen Zeiten agil bewältigen” [“Change management – An agile approach to managing change in dynamic times”]. Here, they bridge the gap between classic change management geared around major change projects, on the one hand, and agile approaches to constant change on a small scale on the other.