Organizational Change Management is the process of managing change in an organization. It is a multi-faceted task that requires expertise across various functions within an organization. The main challenge for organizations to manage organizational change is that it is often difficult to predict how the change will affect individuals and their roles within the organization. Some organizations have tried to address this challenge by introducing shift and drift models into organizational change management, which are based on the theory of chaos theory. These models help organizations identify shifts in their business environment, and then adapt accordingly. The shift model helps organizations identify shifts in their business environment, as well as understand what will happen when those shifts occur.