Desire for Growth: An organization would make changes in order to grow their business. These changes could be in the way of functioning or even in the management (Holt et al, 2007). Mergers and acquisitions are the best example for this. Many a times the company’s buys the other small companies in order to grow their business and also to ensure that they reduce the number of competitors in the market.
For Improvement: Sometimes certain changes are made in the company in order to enhance or update the business. These changes are made so that the business could perform more efficiently. Many a times there are new opportunities or options available in the market which could be beneficial for the company; in that case also the companies go for a change. For example there were many companies who introduced Six Sigma so that the quality of their services and the products could be improved.
Government regulations: From time to time, the Government keeps on bringing new guidelines for the companies to operate. The companies have to bring in changes in order to follow those rules and regulations. The new introduced rules could be with respect to the safety procedure in order to make the work environment and place safer for the employees or could be related to the wages given to the workers (Jallat, 2004). For example, if there are new guidelines with respect to the safety of the products which are produced by some food company, then the company is forced to introduce more quality control methods in order to ensure a good quality product.