There are four common types of change management: organizational change management, technical change management, process change management, and cultural change management.
Organizational change management is the process of planning, executing, and monitoring changes to organizations. It can be used to change an organization's structure, culture, policies, or processes.
Technical change management is the process of managing changes to technical products or systems. This includes changes to software, hardware, networks, and other technical infrastructure.
Process change management is the process of managing changes to business processes. This includes changes to how work is done, such as changes to workflows, policies, and procedures.
Cultural change management is the process of managing changes to an organization's culture. This can include changes to values, beliefs, attitudes, and behaviors.