When talking about change management, it usually means dealing with unwanted or unexpected change brought about by circumstances that are beyond control. On the other hand, this terminology has been used in organizations to denote the process of bring about deliberate modifications or reforms (Drucker, 1999). It should be noted that, if change management is carried out correctly in for example military services; it can lead to enhanced performance, more effective practices, and rationalized principles that harmonize efficiently in the support of the whole effort (Bridges, 1991). On the other hand, if change management is improperly carried out; it usually results to in-fighting, increased official procedure, confrontation from all directions, and lack of solving the needs of the war fighters. Importantly, one of the most challenging aspects of a manager’s job is planning and managing change both cultural and technological (Bridges, 1991).