Develop a change management strategy Submission details Candidate’s name Phone no. Assessor’s name Phone no. Assessment site Assessment date/s Time/s The assessment task is due on the date specified by your assessor. Any variations to this arrangement must be approved in writing by your assessor. Submit this document with any required evidence attached.
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
Introduction The purpose of this assignment is to firstly identify why there is a need to implement changes within an organisation and highlight any barriers that an organisation may encounter when implementing any changes before explaining how to overcome these barrier. It will also describe what techniques can be used to plan, monitor and review any potential changes. Finally the report will also consider the effects of change of the workforce within the organisation and why communication is vital before, during and after any changes. To help demonstrate different points and techniques I will refer to a specific example of innovation and change within a company which is planning on implementing a machine which is an automatic packaging system instead of a manual based packing system. Benefits of Innovation and Change To fully understand the benefits of innovation and change, we must first understand what innovation and change actually are.
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.
Describe why it is important to follow the agreed care plan. Describe actions to take where any concerns with the agreed care plan are noted. Identify the pressure area risk assessment tools which are used in own work area. · · · · Explain why it is important to use risk assessment tools. Outcome 4 Understand the use of materials, equipment and resources available when undertaking pressure area care.
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.
In the design stage, lesson plans are created to provide directions for learners to apply their knowledge and skills. The design phase would be specific to the content at hand by documenting the projects visual, technical and instructional strategies. There would be order so the project goals could be met in an organized fashion. It is important that Bloom’s domains be utilized to fit all types of learners. Using Affective, Cognitive, and Psychomotor strategies, my training program be tailored to reach all audiences.
Applied Business (Double Award) Unit 14 assignment: Managing Change You need to work as part of a team in order to produce a proposal for an organisational change programme from a scenario, which: A. Explains the nature of the change; the factors driving and resisting that change and how the change programme will impact on the organisation and its stakeholders. (AO1: 16 marks) B. Produces a plan for the change programme including: o the aims and objectives of the change o breakdown of tasks o organisation of resources and people o contingency plans o your contribution to the team process (AO2: 22 marks) C. Analyses the following to develop the change plan: o roles and tasks allocated to the team o the nature of the change o the impact of the change on people and the organisation o risks and uncertainty of the change (AO3: 14 marks) D. Evaluates the effectiveness of the project undertaken, its likelihood of success and the performance of the team(AO4: 18 marks) | | |For this assignment you will take part in a team work activity in order to manage a change process for a given scenario within | |Greenford High School. | | | |This will require you to research and work in a group of three or four students.
HRM 509 ORGANISATIONAL CHANGE ASSIGNMENT No 2 INTRODUCTION The purpose of this assignment is to explain the importance of the implementation stage of a major planned organisational change. It will also discuss and evaluate the implementation stage, theoretical underpinnings and why some people resist change. The second part of the assignment will outline three major categories of change intervention and will briefly discuss two selected change interventions identifying strengths and weaknesses and theoretical bases. The final stage will discuss some political factors which need to be taken into consideration in managing change. These stages are essential components of the change process if they are to be successful and will be presented to management within my unit, the RAAF Security and Fire School, as a comprehensive report in an attempt to assist the current re-organising and changes which need to be implemented within the next twelve months.
In the given case study; the aim is to propose an apt change model for Plasticast keeping in mind the areas of improvement in terms of practices and procedures followed by the company. Considering the active hurdles faced by Plasticast i.e restructuring styles, frequent change in top-level management and improper recruitment effects, the change agent would like to propose a soft approach model of change. The change management strategy defines the approach needed to manage change in any given situation in an organisation. Before implementing any change in the organisation you must understand the past, present and future implications of the industry. To answer this one must analyse the causes for the changes required and how the implementation of these changes can affect the performance of the organisation and the challenges faced during the change period.