本文主要讲述的欧洲的货运活动，这次事件迫使该公司停止了在欧洲的货运活动。然而，从欧洲到欧洲的货物运输是在他那个时期进行的。1994年，联邦快递公司(Federal Express Corporation)更名为“联邦快递”(FedEx)，并推出了该公司的网站，使客户能够通过互联网跟踪他们的发货订单(Keppel & Wardell‐Johnson, 2012)。该公司利用其网站，并在1996年推出了创建货运标签和快递提货设施。本篇英国代写论文文章由英国论文通AssignmentPass辅导网整理，供大家参考阅读。
This event forced the company to stop its shipment activities within Europe. However the shipment of goods to and from Europe was carried out during his period. The year of 1994 saw the rise of the name “FedEx” from Federal Express Corporation and the website of the company was launched for enabling customers to track their shipment orders through the internet (Keppel & Wardell‐Johnson, 2012). The company capitalized on its website and introduced facilities for creation of shipping labels and courier pickups in 1996.
The changes in the organization’s IT infrastructure and innovations helped in increasing the market share of FedEx by 30% in an aggravated competition. The journey of FedEx and the changes involved in the journey over the years have been derived from various issues in the organization and external as well as internal environment factors. The existing change process of IT innovation is complemented by a prolific change model i.e. the Stair Change Model. The choice of FedEx for adopting the Stair Change Model is validated by the organization’s commitment to people alongside technology and systems.
The Stair Change model comprised of prominent phases of change as well as the transition between stages (Kuipers et al., 2014). The model also evaluated the effects of each stage on individual people and their feelings, performance, thinking and physiology. The model also helps in predicting probable interventions or roadblocks in each stage and thus creating a plausible level of efficiency in implementation of changes.The analysis of an organization’s internal as well as external environment is necessary for evaluating the capability of the organization to cope with change.
The pressing issue of change in FedEx’s IT innovation can be evaluated in relevance to the internal factors of the organization which describe the current issues and the adaptive measures adopted by the company. The internal environment of an organization is the prominent indicator of the probabilities of the organization’s acceptance of the change. An analysis of the internal factors would provide a clear impression of the organization’s present stand on change management and formulating prolific suggestions which can make the change management process more effective. The internal factors of an organization comprise of the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats or commonly referred to as SWOT (Goetsch & Davis, 2014).