Change Administration: Resistance to Change: A Case Study of Banking Industry of Pakistan

Maham Yaqoob


Change is inescapable and association must be sufficiently adaptable to receive the change. This review defines the main components that are involved in change, the factors that provoke the change, types of imperviousness to change, defining the role of change agents, expect to recognize the reasons that contribute in imperviousness to change highlighting the models that represent the deduction of resistance, how organization is affected by the change and what change management should do to remove the resistance that is caused by the environmental or internal factors in the banking industry. World is moving toward aggressiveness and keeping in mind the end goal to support in the market an association must embrace the required changes. Moreover, associations are at last created by people. It is obvious that fruitful change can be rewarding; an appropriately handled change can mean positive results for an extensive variety of people else they will be vanished in the end.

Keywords: change administration, reasons for resistance to change.

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