Meet with a union representative (your assessor) to receive and discuss the results of the survey. Anticipate possible resistance by this stakeholder and promote your plans to gain acceptance. Ask for additional input to help you revise your change management communications strategy. 4. Draft revised communications plan and overall project plan (from Assessment Task 2) in consideration of barriers identified through consultation process (with your assessor acting as a union representative) and those identified in risk analysis provided in Appendix 3.
Prepare a plan that identifies who, when and how stakeholder managers will be engaged to review and prioritise change requirements. 10. Assume your assessor is a manager you have identified. Consult with your assessor to review the changes you propose and to help you prioritise changes. Suggest and justify the priority you have assigned to each change you
Discuss what departments might be included in the operations function of the company. G. Discuss strategic operations management decisions related to at least three of the following concepts that would support the implementation of the company’s mission and strategy: • Design of goods and services • Design of process and capacity • Quality • Location • Layout design • Human resources and job design • Supply-chain management • Inventory • Scheduling • Maintenance 1. Discuss whether the company should adopt a consumer-focused mass customization process. H. Recommend actions to improve cost effectiveness for each of the
 (b) The analyst needs to collect information about the current system. State two methods which the analyst can use to collect information and give an advantage of each.  (c) State the importance to (i) the end user (ii) the systems analyst of evaluating the system against the initial specification. (d) Explain why systems development should be regarded as an iterative process. 4 
Scope Statement will provide an approved scope for the project that will guide work efforts and align resource commitments. Requirements Management Plan will provide a process to gather, analyze, document and manage to deliver of project requirements. Given the broad range of expectations for the new HRIS, it will be important to align on consistent scope. Statement of Requirements will provide an approved set of requirements for the project that will guide work efforts and align resource commitments. Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) will breakdown project scope and requirements into groups of component tasks that will be manageable Schedule Management Plan will provide a process to gather, analyze, develop and control the schedule of project activities.
OPS/571 Week 3 quiz 1. When considering outsourcing, what should firms tend to avert? Giving the outsourcing partner opportunities to become a strong competitor 2. What is the important starting point in developing a capacity plan? Determining the effective capacity of a resource over some period of time 3.
Part 1: The five phases of behavior assessment are (a) screening and general disposition, (b) defining and generally quantifying problems or desired achievement criteria, (c) pinpointing the target behavior(s) to be treated, (d) monitoring progress and (e) following up (Cooper, Heron & Heward, 2007). Screening and general disposition is used to discover and identify any number of variables that may influence the occurrence of problem behaviors. Defining and generally quantifying problems or desired achievement criteria is when you establish the goal for change and the steps required to achieve it. Pinpointing the target behavior(s) to be treated is when you specifying target behaviors. Monitoring progress is when you work on the procedures needed for reorganization and observation of the changed behavior.
Discuss any patterns or trends in the external environment which impact on the achievement of the organizations change management objectives. 3. Identify major operational change requirements due to performance gaps, business opportunities or threats, or management decisions for this change management initiative. 4. Discuss how you review and prioritize change requirements/ opportunities with relevant managers.
The efforts and resources will be used to make sure the project meets its goals and objectives (Marchewka, 2012). 5. Performing integrated change control – This is where things might be changed or fixed and are decided on. They need to be worked into the project management plan (Marchewka, 2012). 6.
The feasibility analysis will guide the organization in determining whether to proceed with the project. The feasibility analysis will identify the risks associated with the project. The three types of feasibility analysis are technical, economic and organizational. The technical feasibility will determine if the project can be built. The project size and compatibility will be analyzed.