Academy of Strategic Management Journal (Print ISSN: 1544-1458; Online ISSN: 1939-6104)

Abstract

Formation of Strategic Change Management System at an Enterprise

Author(s): Henryk Dzwigol, Serhii Shcherbak, Marina Semikina, Olena Vinichenko, Viktoriia Vasiuta

The conducted research of leadership potential and its scaling at enterprises proves that leadership is required by every subsystem of strategic management of the enterprise. Correlation-regression analysis of the relationship of elements of leadership potential and components of change potentials demonstrated that the greatest mutual effects are observed between leadership potential, human resources, management, innovation subsystems for managers, and personnel and operational subsystems for experts. The conducted studies prove that the leadership potential for each enterprise has its own individual influences. The peculiarities of staffing and constituents of change potential are very influential. The research of the impact of managers’ leadership potential on change potentials states that the key components are in almost all enterprises: personality psycho type and value orientations. Therefore, it is advisable to conclude that leadership potential cannot ensure a lasting status of change potential. For each stage of the life cycle of the activity, both a certain level of potential for change will be inherent and the level of leadership potential will require managerial decisions and influences.