This report focuses on explaining the change management at corporations. It includes the exemplory case of British Airways that has once successfully applied change management in their corporation. Change Management is the idea organizations apply in order to deal systematically with change. When British Airways was formed following its merger, it wasn't successful. This is mainly because of the cultural and status dissimilarities of the employees of the corporations that were merged. There is no leadership and the business lacked the required competence to deal with the emerging problems. In order to deal with that dilemma it was decided to appoint a fresh Chairperson and Lord King was appointed. He down the road, appointed King Marshall as the principle Executive. Both leaders knew that change was needed within the business.