Change in the Organization’s Component Student’s Name University Name Change in the Organization’s Component Various factors bring changes in the industrial companies in a rising global and competitive market. The cost-effective globalization has made the companies to face new rivals and expand their selves to new environmental marketplaces. centralizes its area of manufacturing. The program called K-Minus was created and many different food items were made outside the eating place in commissaries. References Albadvi A. (2004). Business Process Re-Engineering (BPR) (Doctoral dissertation University of Technology).Rao D. (2017). Introduction to Business Process Change. Wings.buffalo.edu. Retrieved 11 April 2017 from http://wings.buffalo.edu/academic/department/som/isinterface/bpr2.html [...]
Explain and give an example that supports the following statement: Each time we change characteristics of one or more of the components of the organization (organization structure, people, business processes, and information technology), we must consider compensating changes in the other components.