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Author(s): Sabina Gherghel | Marius ┼×uteu | Liliana Indrie | Adina Albu

Journal: Annals of the University of Oradea. Fascicle of Textiles, Leatherwork
ISSN 1843-813X

Volume: XIV;
Issue: 2;
Start page: 11;
Date: 2013;
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Keywords: mutations | industrial system | change | renewal | efficacy.

Profound mutations in the current industrial systems are largely related to the process of change, mainly due to rapid and drastic changes in the environment in which they operate. The process of change is a very important one and current industrial systems are in a continuous state of renewal and efficiency at the same time. It is necessary to change the structure of industrial systems when its activities and values are deficient to some extent, and their results are different from what they have really set. The types of forces that lead to proffound changes in the industrial systems can be both external and internal to systems and of different intensities. At the same time there appears resistence to change, which in its turn also comes from two sources, namely organizational and personal. Because resistance to change is caused by several different factors, industrial systems management must act in time to control and minimize the undesirable effects. It is necessary to clearly establish the need for change and its implementation. The success or failure of such an action consists in clear identification of the problem, the proper analysis and choice of the plan for implementing the mutation. The paper deals with these important aspects of current industrial system and the crucial role of top management, which is responsible for the decision regarding the introduction of planned change.

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