transition (noun, tran-si-tion, \ trænˈzɪʃən \) management (noun, man-age-ment, \ ˈmænɪdʒmənt \)
Definition: is a process that involves systematic planning, monitoring, organizing, and implementing changes within an organization in order to achieve business’s future objectives without affecting the process continuity of business and its operations during the change process. A company may hire transition managers specifically for such events. However, there are cases when senior management members of a company or an organization are responsible for the transition management. The process of transition management starts earlier than the actual changes occur and involves a thorough strategic planning and even serves to predict potential risks that may occur in the process of change.
In a Sentence:
- During such a stressful period, we need to implement an effective transition management to keep the company operating smoothly.
- Transition management requires you to plan beforehand in order to avoid unexpected shifts in the organization.
- Our managers are extremely busy. We need to hire someone to deal with the transition management.
Synonyms and related words: business transition, transition manager, senior manager, transition layer, management body