There are various reasons as to why change has become such an important factor in many organizations, including increased transparency, mobility of labor, flow of capital etc. This has resulted in a constant shift across the state of market, but the list of companies who are able to effectively implement ‘change’, and come out the other end as successful comprise in total only about 30%. There are several factors at play in a multitude of directions, which can cause any ‘change’ within an organization to go awry. Proper planning, and projection of what can be the consequences are perhaps the most important factors at play when such a situation should ensue, or might be required at large. A starting point would be to look at the entire scenario, and execute an effective plan of asset management.
Assets of any organization or company can be anything that could be attributed to as being essential properties of the same. They can be tangible, such as objects and properties, and intangible, which mostly refers to such entities and considerations as human capital, intellectual property, financial assets etc. These are the factors that comprise, and define any current state of organization- specifically providing the profit and loss figure in addition to other outcomes. The ‘human problem’ is a major one, considering that a workforce may feel disenfranchised with the change being exerted. In addition to that, financial assets may take a hit when the change is being implemented, but the organization should be able to recuperate if the change progresses through each stage of probable status quo. As a result, one can see how important company assets could be in the face of change. Under such, circumstances asset management considerations come to the forefront.
First of all, any organizations should make sure that all its component details of assets are not only encompassing to every last measure all across the organization, but regular updates are necessary as well. Take, for example, the human capital; the knowledge, ability, and potential for growth of any employee, irrespective of whatever position he/she occupies, should become a deciding factor in the entire presentation of the problems at large. Proper planning of all assets would bring about what is known as automation of asset management, which is the scaling of assets in association with a multitude of different perspectives. It would ensure that not only there would be proper allocation of resources, but also how their asset definition could get changed. Such techniques and theories as depreciation calculation, asset disposal, import existing asset data etc.
With respect to a holistic facilitation of automating asset management, change can be brought about with respect to a dynamic nature of all resources possessed by the company in general. However, in order to truly bring about a change with no decided problems or issues, proper communication channels should be broadcasted so that the company could quite effectively work with employees who welcome change, and those who don’t. Other factors could also be implemented, but all the organization apply these approaches to full effect, and have been known to be successful in the face of this constantly shifting market scenario.