Change is a transition process for a system to move from the current to the future. A system, as a whole, is a collection of elements organized to achieve specific purposes, typically to create value. An organization can be viewed as a system. A strategy is the approach or overall plan for change. There are three common forms of change: evolution, transformation, and revolution.
Evolution continuously improves the current system in terms of efficiency and effectiveness.
Transformation turns the current system into another or other forms to deliver various values from future perspectives.
Revolution abandons the current system and establishes a new one.
A system, as a whole, is a collection of elements organized to achieve specific purposes, typically to create value. It exists within a context and interacts with various stakeholders and systems.
A context is the material and abstract environments with forces that might influence the system and typically examined in terms of the organizational internal and external environments where a system operates and interacts with.
An organization, as a value delivery system, exists to meet the requirements of stakeholders and fulfill its mission and vision by delivering value, such as creating products and services, producing outcomes, benefits, and contributions, improving efficiency and effectiveness, and enabling changes.
The organizational strategy depicts how to achieve organizational goals and objectives and realize its mission and vision. It provides not only a roadmap that comprises projects, programs, and portfolios but also guides and directs organizational operations, which supports the strategic portfolios.