Challenges in Change Management in Central Banks
Someone said long time ago that everything is subject to change and that change is the only constant. If changes, as occurrences of long duration, are viewed through their temporal dimension, we will see that they are unstoppable. This is how it has always been and how it will always be. What is a novelty, however, is that changes have accelerated over the recent years and this trend could continue in the future. Scientists have been warning that this acceleration of changes should be taken very seriously because these are not some kind of sporadic and accompanying occurrences of limited effects and duration but ongoing and dynamic processes taking place in every sphere of social life to varying degrees. Successful change management, therefore, has been increasingly gaining importance and becoming the conditio sine qua non for a sustainable development of organisations and, therefore, of financial and banking institutions. Although I tried to focus on central banking here, it could be said that the key challenges in change management in central banks are much alike challenges that arise throughout the financial and banking system from which they are inseparable. Certain specific features that are characteristic of a central bank are primarily determined with the importance this supreme monetary authority has not only in the financial system of a country, but also in the entire society. The main task of a central bank is the preservation of price and financial stability, and indirectly and keeping in mind the global interconnections, even broader than that. Acceleration of changes in all spheres of social life calls for not only the need to question the traditional understanding of change management in central banks, but also to redesign and innovate the existing models thereof. If central banks change following the principles of quality management and if they successfully manage risks and become more committed, powerful and transparent in strengthened their role in the area of social responsibility, they will have the opportunity to go down the road of success, regardless of all temptations that will be waiting for them on this road.
Volume (Year): 2 (2013)
Issue (Month): 2 ()
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