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Change Management for Organizations: Lessons from Political Upheaval in India

by Chandan Sadangi and Sanjay Mohapatra Emerald Publishing Limited
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Change management is a better or smarter approach to initiate a change via behavioral aspects. As it is the power to innovate which is a unique strength for companies, the need for strategies to tackle change management within the firm is evident. This work demonstrates how a firm can learn change management from political upheavals, thus providing benefits to the entire value chain. Through examples and case studies from such unrest throughout India’s diverse history, Mohapatra and Sadangi combine their academic and industry experience to show the need for business alignment with change management strategy.

1. Nilgiri: Its Location, Geography and Dynastic History
2. Feudal Economy: The Genesis of Socio-Economic Problems
3. Tribal and Political Movements in the 19th Century
4. Political Movements (1930 1942)
5. Tribal Upheaval and Merger of Nilgiri after Quit India Movement (1942 1947)
6. Conclusion

Sadangi and Mohapatra draw lessons from political conflict in India and describe how businesses can apply them to help manage smooth transitions in behavior, to involve stakeholders in designing and implementing policies, and to use innovation as a sustainable energy. They discuss Nilgiri: its location, geography, and dynastic history; feudal economy: the genesis of socio-economic problems; tribal and political movements in the 19th century; political movements 1930-42; and tribal upheaval and the merger of Nilgiri after the Quit India Movement 1942-47. Distributed in North America by Turpin Distribution.
Chandan Kumar Sadangi, Odisha Finance Service, Government of Odisha, Bhubaneswar, India
Sanjay Mohapatra, Xavier Institute of Management, Bhubaneswar, India