Administration policy and techniques with effective leadership skills for managing change

Michael Ndisika, Lawrence O. Odeh


The paper examined administrative tools and techniques with effective leadership skills for managing change in organizations, both public and private. This objective is of utmost necessity due to the fact that in this contemporary fluid, and dynamic character of business environments, the only constant that can be relied upon by professionals is change. The research paper depended on secondary sources of data collection. As result of an in-depth investigation of various scientific and professional reports on the issue, several administrative tools and techniques, as well as effective leadership skills for managing organizational change were identified. These are: careful planning, transparency and truthfulness to subordinates with respect to change process, communication with subordinates and team members about change initiatives, provision of training, creating a road map, don’t expect to implement change overnight, invite participation, monitor and measure effects of change, apply explicit and implicit coercion in extreme cases, and so on.

Keywords: Management, administration, leadership, organization, strategy, change.

DOI: 10.7176/DCS/11-8-05

Publication date:November 30th 2021

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