EFFECTIVENESS OF CHANGE MANAGEMENT ON BEHAVIOUR OF TEACHING FACULTY AT ENGINEERING COLLEGE
Change is inevitable for any individual, organisation and society. Behaviour is the reaction, which an individual shows towards his situation at different period. Many parameters was identified with the international and national reviews. The researcher used both descriptive and analytical methods in the survey. A pilot study was conducted to validate the questionnaire and to confirm the feasibility of the study. The main objective of the study was to know the general behavior of engineering teaching faculty at the college level. Primary and Secondary Data are used in this study. 424 questionnaires were collected with full response. Convenience Sampling is adapted for the Study. This study is teaching about faculty of 20 Engineering Colleges. The general behaviour of the engineering teaching faculty was identified with the help of clusters analysis. Getting the organisation to accept the change, understand the elements of change and then properly execute change is a herculean task. Managing change within the organisation will help one to implement change with better results in the long run.
VICTOR SOLOMON V, VIJAY R AND VEMURI LAKSHMINARAYANA