The world is evolving at a rapid pace than it has ever been before. Our technology advancements are touching every aspect of our lives, and as a result, markets are evolving at a rapid pace. Organizations that want to stay competitive in this ever-changing market must stay one step ahead of the curve, or else they will lose out to those who do.
Responding to change needs a continuous change program that allows the firm to adapt continuously and dynamically. Alternatively, in order to stay competitive, an organization may need to go through a major change program.
Change can be costly, yet it is a vital component of progressing forward. To succeed, people in charge of change management must think about things like organizational transformation, persuasion, how to explain the need for change, how to generate momentum, how to overcome resistance to change, and how to deal with powerful opposing stakeholders.
Duration: 60 minutes
- Identify The Various Type of Change
As managers, we are constantly confronted with change, and we have the obligation of successfully guiding our people through these changes.
It is critical to recognize the many types of change that exist in order to do this assignment properly.
A. Developmental Change
B. Transitional Change
C. Transformational Change
- Highlight The Three Phases of Change Management using (Lewin’s Change Model)
You probably won’t have to worry about anyone freezing or melting if this approach is used to an organization (a business, charity, educational institution, etc.). Similarly, before implementing changes and preparing the organization for a new structure, you must “melt” the entire structure to its core.
This is one of the reasons why the model is still in use today. You can make a beneficial change by understanding the thoughts, feelings, and values that guide existing practices. Upper management may be required to guide the organization’s thinking and communicate the thoughts, feelings, and values that support the transformation. However, once this is accomplished, everyone will be on board, and each individual will be more likely to gravitate toward it.
- Determine The Stages Of Change And What Should You Consider In Each Stage To Maximize The Likelihood Of Success? (The Change Curve)
Organizations do not simply change as a result of new systems, processes, or structures. They change as a result of the organization’s people adapting and changing as well. Only when people have gone through their own personal changes can an organization fully benefit from change. In this module we will understand what the stages of change and helps to predict how people will react to change to help them make their own personal transition.
- Outline The Main Steps In Kotter’s 8 Steps For Leading Change
It is difficult to change. Change, particularly in the context of an organization, has the potential to disrupt the status quo and cause conflict. However, change is required. And you must rely on a proper framework to successfully implement change.
Kotter’s eight-step change model comes into play here. It explains how to implement change in an organization in a systematic and effective manner.
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