Transactional change

Transactional change,

Definition of Transactional change:

  1. A form of process modification intended to facilitate the attainment of strategic objectives by shifting functions, overall duties and specific assignments within a project or organization. Used in a business context, transactional change might describe the process of making constructive changes in such things as project requirements, product standards or reporting lines.

Meaning of Transactional change & Transactional change Definition